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Cattle Prices Rising This Past Month

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Cattle prices are about 10% higher than they have been this past month. Over the past year or so, they have continued to rise compared to 2014. In 2014, they fell dramatically after a peak high in 2011 and 2012. "They got up pretty high, higher than we've ever seen them." They are most likely high right now due to high demand, exports, and rain; says, Randy Carson, the owner of the Abilene Livestock Auction. "If you take a fat cattle there at a dollar 37, 38 right now, a month ago they were kindly a dollar 25 to 28." If it continues to rain, it will grow the grass and the grass is what feeds the cows. Herman Lloyd, a cattle rancher, says this is the cycle the market takes, much like the stock market...it goes up and down. "Just like pulling down a limb on a tree, you pull it down so far and then when you turn it loose, it will swing back up" They are preparing for whatever is next while they enjoy this increase in prices.

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Cattle prices are about 10% higher than they have been this past month. Over the past year or so, they have continued to rise compared to 2014. In 2014, they fell dramatically after a peak high in 2011 and 2012. "They got up pretty high, higher than we've ever seen them." They are most likely high right now due to high demand, exports, and rain; says, Randy Carson, the owner of the Abilene Livestock Auction. "If you take a fat cattle there at a dollar 37, 38 right now, a month ago they were kindly a dollar 25 to 28." If it continues to rain, it will grow the grass and the grass is what feeds the cows. Herman Lloyd, a cattle rancher, says this is the cycle the market takes, much like the stock market...it goes up and down. "Just like pulling down a limb on a tree, you pull it down so far and then when you turn it loose, it will swing back up" They are preparing for whatever is next while they enjoy this increase in prices.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/6897713?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Tue, 02 May 2017 03:08:13 +0000 Cattle Prices Rising This Past Month Cattle prices are about 10% higher than they have been this past month. Over the past year or so, they have continued to rise compared to 2014. In 2014, they fell dramatically after a peak high in 2011 and 2012. "They got up pretty high, higher than we've ever seen them." They are most likely high right now due to high demand, exports, and rain; says, Randy Carson, the owner of the Abilene Livestock Auction. "If you take a fat cattle there at a dollar 37, 38 right now, a month ago they were kindly a dollar 25 to 28." If it continues to rain, it will grow the grass and the grass is what feeds the cows. Herman Lloyd, a cattle rancher, says this is the cycle the market takes, much like the stock market...it goes up and down. "Just like pulling down a limb on a tree, you pull it down so far and then when you turn it loose, it will swing back up" They are preparing for whatever is next while they enjoy this increase in prices. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/6897713?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KRBC cattle prices are about 10% higher this month then they have been in years past... past...that's right, after cattle prices reaching a peak back in 2011 and 2012, they have remained relatively low, until this year...our maria jacobson has more the story. story.back in 2011 and 2012..the nation's cattle prices peaked... (randy)"they got up pretty high, higher than we've ever seen them".. but then in 2014...they dropped drastically.(herman) "we realize that the market was going to cycle."big country ranchers say this past year the price of cattle per pound...have been on the rise...(randy)"in the last 30 days its probably a good $10 higher than it has been" (randy)"you take a fat cattle there at a dollar 37, 38 right now, a month ago they was kindly a dollar 25 to 28"the owner of abilene's love stock auction--randy carson say the reason being...demand..and rain....(randy)"so theres a pretty good demand right now if it keeps raining..keeps the grass coming..."the rain grows the grass and the grass is what feeds the cow" but herman lloyd, a cattle rancher, says this is just what the cattle market does...much like the stock market, it rises and fall. falls.."just like pulling down a limb on a tree, you pull it down so far and then when you turn it loose ..it will swing back up.. "so the ranchers.. say they just prepare for whatever's next.(herman) we will uh enjoy this uptick and then get ready for the next down turn"maria jacobson krbc ns news the abilene livestock auction is tomorrow starting at 10:00am. 3 3 3 heads up early birds!tomorrow is the





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