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After the roller coaster ride of the 2015-2016 cattle markets, Oklahoma State University professor Derrell Peel, Ph.D., looks at the factors that will affect inventories and prices in 2017 and beyond.
There are few historical events that can be compared to the current COVID-19 pandemic in terms of their impact on society and the economy. The result for agriculture has been profound.
Producers can now easily access Oklahoma cattle auction data using two new web-based tools created by the Noble Research Institute's agriculture economics consultants and computing services team.
The Noble Research Institute’s economics consultants and computing services team have created two new web-based tools to provide producers with current Oklahoma cattle market information.
Most cattle producers in the Southern Great Plains follow a spring calving season rather than a fall calving season. There are economic trade-offs in both scenarios.
Cattle markets remain uncertain during the coronavirus pandemic, and producers should prepare by knowing costs, watching markets and considering risk management.