K-State’s Glynn Tonsor Says Feedlots Will Continue To Suffer From A Flood Of Red Ink In 2016


The cattle market has been mostly on a downward trend in 2015. That’s been the case for cow-calf producers, the stocker sector and the feedlot end of the business. Kansas State University Extension Livestock Market Economist Dr. Glynn Tonsor said it’s a very perilous time for cattle feeders. Based on his latest projections of feedlot cattle returns, operators have suffered large losses this year and that gushing of red ink will continue into 2016.

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