Feed Price Outlook Favorable For Livestock Producers

In Current News by Chuck

Recent rains in the Midwest have led to an improvement in the overall corn crop which is also leading to lower prices. What that means is that livestock producers are likely to see lower feed costs, despite the increased demand for corn to make ethanol.

The University of Illinois’ Farm Gate has an article that does some number crunching and paints a more favorable picture for the livestock industry as prospects for an abundant corn crop continue to look brighter.