Cow-Calf Webinar Provides 2014 Outlook

Cattle Fax Market Outlook 2014CENTENNIAL,CO — Dec. 18, 2013 — Due to the overwhelmingly positive response from cattle producers and beef industry leaders to the first Trends+ Cow-Calf Webinar in September, CattleFax analysts will be hosting its next webinar at 5:30 p.m. MT, Wednesday, January 22, 2014.

Cattle producers have limited time and opportunity to analyze all of the fundamental data and trends that shape the cattle, beef and grain markets. Modeled after the popular CattleFax monthly cow-calf producer newsletter Trends, the upcoming webinar will provide producers and industry leaders with an outlook on the 2014 markets.

The CattleFax team will share its analysis and perspective on how these factors will influence cattle producers in the upcoming year:

  • U.S. livestock and feedstuff production scenarios and expectations
  • Profit opportunities and risk management strategies
  • Forecasts for the 2014 prices in the calf, feeder cattle, fed cattle and beef markets

Attendees will gain a better understanding of developing macroeconomic issues that will change the way the cattle and beef companies operate – including beef cowherd expansion, cheaper feedstuffs, energy market price changes, and feedyard and packing segment overcapacity.

The Trends+ webinar is designed to inform cattle producers about current market realities and provide producers with the information to assist in making intelligent marketing decisions. To participate in the seminar and access program details, producers and industry leaders simply need to register online at

CattleFax is a member-owned organization that serves producers in all segments of the cattle and beef business. CattleFax is the global leader in beef industry research, analysis and information. Since 1968, the organization’s exclusive industry database has set the standard for market information and analysis. Visit to learn more and become a member.

For more information, contact: Lance Zimmerman, Analyst,, 800-825-7525


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