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Free CattleFax webinar to offer market outlook

CattleFax analysts to address brutal winter market effects and more.

A free CattleFax webinar in May will address questions about how the market will respond to the difficult winter and related problems.

Analysts also plan an outlook for the entire beef industry in the upcoming CattleFax Trends+ Cow-Calf Webinar on May 22 at 5:30 p.m. MT. This webinar is sponsored by Elanco Animal Health and is therefore free to attendees. To participate you'll need to register online at https://www.cattlefax.com/#!/about.

Even though one of the most aggressive U.S. beef cowherd expansions in the last four decades has recently slowed its pace, the rapid growth has increased beef supplies and caused cow-calf profitability to fall back toward long-term levels, CattleFax analysts say. As profits have narrowed, well-informed producers can maintain healthy margins by adjusting production, marketing and risk management plans with increasing supplies in mind.

CattleFax analysts will discuss a variety of topics in the one-hour session, including:

  • Cattle and feedstuff market projections for the next 12 to 18 months
  • Outlook of the summer and fall calf markets for 2019
  • Review of the recent CattleFax Cow-Calf Survey

The Trends+ webinar is intended to update cattle producers about current market realities and provide producers with decision-friendly information to assist in making intelligent marketing decisions.
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