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Catch the 60 second Market Reports from Brownfield everyday Monday thru Friday. The Opening Market Report is at 9:45am, the Midday Market Report is at 11:45am, and the Closing Market Report is at 3:45pm on Y1013 Y Country.

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  • Feeder cattle sell mostly steady
    Posted by jpasser@brownfieldnetwork.com on February 20, 2017 at 9:41 pm

    Slaughter cattle traded mostly steady last week with limited trade on a dressed basis in Nebraska also steady. Demand was good from both sides of the fence. Cattle feeders are finally in the black and continue to pull cattle on a timely basis if not early, according to USDA Mandatory. Demand for beef remains strong. Encouraging packers to buy. Warmer than normal weather has to help by sending some outside to grill. In the Midwest direct markets live basis steers and heifers traded at 120.00, dressed at 190.00. Continue reading Feeder cattle sell mostly steady at Brownfield Ag News.     &nbs […]

  • Wisconsin’s premises ID program needs funding
    Posted by Larry Lee on February 20, 2017 at 7:45 pm

    Wisconsin’s mandatory livestock premises identification program is facing financial hardship.  Wisconsin Livestock Identification Consortium President Keith York tells Brownfield they can’t presently charge fees, and federal funds have dried up.  “Our projections are in a year from June, we will run out of money, so we need to find more funding in some way or form before next year.”   The consortium gets 250-thousand dollars a year from the State of Wisconsin, but York says annual costs are about 450-thousand.  Continue reading Wisconsin’s premises ID program needs funding at Brownfield Ag News.     &nbs […]

  • Pipestone prepares to open Wisconsin sow facility
    Posted by Larry Lee on February 20, 2017 at 7:28 pm

    A new pork production facility will open next month in southwestern Wisconsin.  Blake’s Point Sow Farm is part of Pipestone System, which has more than a dozen hog farms in Minnesota, Missouri, Iowa, and South Dakota. Pipestone Vice President Dr. Barry Kerkaert tells Brownfield Blake’s Point is the company’s first Wisconsin farm and will play a key role for the other farms. “The purpose of this farm is really like the maternity ward of production.   Continue reading Pipestone prepares to open Wisconsin sow facility at Brownfield Ag News.     &nbs […]

  • Midday cash livestock markets
    Posted by jpasser@brownfieldnetwork.com on February 20, 2017 at 5:42 pm

    Slaughter cattle traded mostly steady last week with limited trade on a dressed basis in Nebraska also steady. Demand was good from both sides of the fence. Cattle feeders are finally in the black and continue to pull cattle on a timely basis if not early, according to USDA Mandatory. Demand for beef remains strong. Encouraging packers to buy. Warmer than normal weather has to help by sending some outside to grill. In the Midwest direct markets live basis steers and heifers traded at 120.00, dressed at 190.00. Continue reading Midday cash livestock markets at Brownfield Ag News.     &nbs […]

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