Feb. 1 US Cattle on Feed Up Slightly *AUDIO W/Jerry Stowell*



via KTIC (NE) March 8, 2019


Cattle and calves on feed for the slaughter market in the United States for feedlots with capacity of 1,000 or more head totaled 11.7 million head on Feb. 1, 2019. The inventory was slightly above Feb. 1, 2018, USDA reported Friday.


The February report was delayed due to the partial federal government shutdown in January. The March 1 Cattle on Feed report will be released on its originally scheduled time at 2 p.m. CST on Friday, March 22.


Jerry Stowell with Country Futures has a break down of the report: https://post.futurimedia.com/krvnam/playlist/cattle-on-feed-report-with-jerry-stowell-6239.html


Placements in feedlots during January totaled 1.96 million head, 5% below 2018. Net placements were 1.90 million head. During January, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 370,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 445,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 554,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 420,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 100,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 70,000 head.


Marketings of fed cattle during January totaled 1.91 million head, 3% above 2018.


Other disappearance totaled 61,000 head during January, 12% below 2018...


more, including link to entire Cattle on Feed Report




Cattle, calves count is same as previous year


Farm & Ranch

Mar 9, 2019


LINCOLN — There were 6.8 million cattle and calves in Nebraska on Jan. 1, which was the same as a year earlier, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service.


Included in the Jan. 1, 2019, are the following, which also are compared to Jan. 1, 2018:


- 2 million cows and heifers had calved, up 2 percent.


- 1.94 million beef cows, up 2 percent.


- 59,000 milk cows, down 2 percent.


- 1.91 million heifers weighing 500 pounds or more, unchanged.


- 2.38 million steers weighing 500 pounds or more, down 4 percent.


- 110,000 bulls weighing 500 pounds or more, unchanged.


- 400,000 calves under 500 pounds, up 21 percent...