Tuesday, June 10, 2014


Transition to Larger Fed Cattle Supplies to Pressure Prices

Larger feedlot placements the first quarter of 2014, coupled with feedlot inventories close to last year, point to both seasonal and year–over–year increases in fed cattle supplies in late spring and early summer — which stands in sharp contrast to a year earlier when fed beef production plunged nearly 5% and propelled beef prices to historical highs in March. In “Transition to Larger Fed Cattle Supplies to Pressure Prices,” Mike Sands, Vice President – Informa Economics, Inc. delves into the factors influencing beef prices and the cattle futures market through the balance of 2014.

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From the June 2014 issue of Barclay's Insider Report. Accredited investors can subscribe to the full newsletter for free.

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