p��„s��0��lpS-;�,�I��a����fXp�� Those farmers remain captive to volatile commodity beef prices, since most of the 1.1 million beef cattle bred in the state are purchased for fattening on feedlots out west by corporate agri-companies and "come back to Kentucky as box beef," Henry County cattle farmer Bobby Foree said. �����e$"!��t=A]���=�+>��N�_^~�]�__�|�������.��׫W���b�a������4��~��������+t�>��v���}�Ww"�}=�T��������6��/�����K�9��q��%Ð�u3�\a�9b�r\_�S-�,�I�Hxq�1�HJ�N3,������@�)苀���j��P��A���]Ѧ�t��xt�n������p?D�%B��t���;��6���2�S�#��h�U��0K ^ �b��t?��7���A,g.�?��L ��Қ�pو�L`-!ms\oSC�����Rv���J��F1�-��;s �-s_0�[�J�:!/�Z7L��x,�K�5Y��{��G$����y�VxN��p�`�����ҁ��VAz���=�NL�u��A��!O����W1k�d�(�ј�N���q��� AU���p�x�@q�5��f�)�tP>��i`Ci�~�����j�T��+{�㰒-' cfGOz�8�t����q�� ZC�q�GPM��kq�g��P��Q�6�s!��|q��+T �D$�_؟�^�:�t��x&N90:�������] G8-���A�:�#H���1�FG�Ւ���i�f�rV�m�ӏ�J�O �!�C���� A)�ՏL�O W�J2�|�����kyus�-/ �g>��|2)&�…i?W:�����4U%����Jn��w�����m���:�D�p�g�Nn�b)��Oe�%O��~ Most beef cattle are slaughtered in the U.S. by JBS, Tyson or Cargill, meat conglomerates that control about 70 percent of the beef industry. Jere Downs can be reached at (502) 582-4669, JDowns@Courier-Journal.com and Jere Downs on Facebook. Cattle.com Market Reports - Lexington Cattle Report . "We can't get our cattle harvested. Cattle.com Market Reports - Lexington Cattle Report . < � �� �� Ăχ�+�� ��D_��M����2���%�@T�C��� ��������R��yޅVcJ����9ibk�u�J1c���W�q�=�#5b. That means calves that used to sell for roughly $1.60 a pound, are now bringing in only $1.30 and bigger cattle are seeing the same trend. 619 0 obj <> endobj “The urban millennial's perception of beef is hazy, at best," Green told fellow researchers of the Kentucky Academy of Science at the University of Louisville in November. That's what happened in poultry and pork. “The stock market settles, even just a little bit, this market could get higher really, really quick, because we have lots of demand for the product.”. �]ݕ�dq�a�4\&�������D���q�"է��T ����g>d�A׷(+� KY Department of Ag Updates *]=X���k�T���i`�~�Tx�� Ј����N�{�4�aPS���jy!�!�'��. As a result, few chicken and hogs are raised by independent, family farms. If it comes, look for retailers like Wal-Mart and Kroger to battle around grilling season in the form of $5.99 ribeyes instead of the going rate of between $8 to $10 per pound, said Louisville-based agriculture commodity analyst Matt Beeson. https://www.usda.gov/coronavirus endstream endobj 620 0 obj <. "We've been waiting five years to get these rules out," Wolfe said. "These are the young men and women that will be the next consumers.". The plunging beef prices forcing small cattle farmers like Woods and Foree to spend more time working off the farm represent a disturbing trend called "the chickenization of beef," said Paul Wolfe, senior policy analyst at the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition, the Washington, D.C., lobby representing 100 grassroots groups working for a healthier agriculture economy. Every time you eat one of those burgers, you send money out of the state," he said. Akers says there is some good news for the cattle industry once the coronavirus spread starts to slow. Cattle herds grew 6 percent last year with those numbers expected to expand at least as much in 2017. << /Length 3910 /Filter /FlateDecode >> stream "You can't predict your cash flow from year to year.". Low prices for corn and feed crops made it easy for greedy farmers to raise too much meat while others point to declines in beef consumption, especially by millennials. 11 0 obj Among older generations, vegetarians run scarcer, at about one for every 20 people. As COVID-19 rattles market, cattle farmers face drop in sales prices Some larger events at Bluegrass Stockyards had to be canceled and postponed to … h�b``a``�� $��0�F fa�h@�b� ��7��L�X��`;���vf�;��m_ޔ?cȩ��P��0f3�W��/A203����_�p30/��� ` ½ © 2020 www.courier-journal.com. FEEDER CATTLE STEERS - Medium and Large 1-2 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt) Head Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price 1 275 275 151.00 151.00 8 313-335 321 152.50-160.00 155.19 endobj Industry experts also say cattle trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange has been volatile beyond rational trends. For a farmer who has received $1,000 per calf this year instead of $2,000 a few years ago, the new GIPSA rule that was to be final in February would enable him to file a federal complaint and wield other means to challenge anti-trust practices and unfair competition, Wolfe said. Receipts: 15,695: Last Year: 26,047 Compared to last week, feeder steers were mostly steady to 3.00 higher, and feeder heifers were mostly 2.00-4.00 higher with good to very good demand. We can clean up the mess but you can't get the labor and I don't know when that problem is going to go away," Ryan said. ... 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All livestock included in this report are graded and reported according to official USDA live animal standards or guidelines. 86 Bramblett Lane S Hwy 127, PO Box 540, Owenton, KY 40359 Phone: (502) 484-5010 Fax: (502) 484-5725 Facility Manager: Doyle Devers Auction Time: Wednesday – 9:00 a.m. Livestock Accepted: Cattle, Sheep and Goats Special Sales: Yes, check back for … To date, low beef prices have driven some 25 percent of cattlemen in and around Danville, Ky., to seek farm refinancing and lower their monthly land payments, said Ag Credit principal loan officer Joe Goggin. As farmers sell low and consumers still pay high, some point a finger at retailers. “Most of our commercial buyers are isolated up here in booths anyways, but the farmers, yeah we’re monitoring the sale ring and have told people, please don’t be offended if we ask you guys to spread out,” says Akers. lexington for sale "cattle" - craigslist. The bottom line? Others, like former cattle futures trader Brian Luftman, now owner of a farm investment company in Lexington, agree with farmers that "plenty of speculation is probably what is happening to drive prices down. ►READ MORE:  Chef Lee's Whiskey Dry coming to 4th Street Live, ►YOU MAY LIKE:  Bill seeks to steer food from trash to food banks. " /> p��„s��0��lpS-;�,�I��a����fXp�� Those farmers remain captive to volatile commodity beef prices, since most of the 1.1 million beef cattle bred in the state are purchased for fattening on feedlots out west by corporate agri-companies and "come back to Kentucky as box beef," Henry County cattle farmer Bobby Foree said. �����e$"!��t=A]���=�+>��N�_^~�]�__�|�������.��׫W���b�a������4��~��������+t�>��v���}�Ww"�}=�T��������6��/�����K�9��q��%Ð�u3�\a�9b�r\_�S-�,�I�Hxq�1�HJ�N3,������@�)苀���j��P��A���]Ѧ�t��xt�n������p?D�%B��t���;��6���2�S�#��h�U��0K ^ �b��t?��7���A,g.�?��L ��Қ�pو�L`-!ms\oSC�����Rv���J��F1�-��;s �-s_0�[�J�:!/�Z7L��x,�K�5Y��{��G$����y�VxN��p�`�����ҁ��VAz���=�NL�u��A��!O����W1k�d�(�ј�N���q��� AU���p�x�@q�5��f�)�tP>��i`Ci�~�����j�T��+{�㰒-' cfGOz�8�t����q�� ZC�q�GPM��kq�g��P��Q�6�s!��|q��+T �D$�_؟�^�:�t��x&N90:�������] G8-���A�:�#H���1�FG�Ւ���i�f�rV�m�ӏ�J�O �!�C���� A)�ՏL�O W�J2�|�����kyus�-/ �g>��|2)&�…i?W:�����4U%����Jn��w�����m���:�D�p�g�Nn�b)��Oe�%O��~ Most beef cattle are slaughtered in the U.S. by JBS, Tyson or Cargill, meat conglomerates that control about 70 percent of the beef industry. Jere Downs can be reached at (502) 582-4669, JDowns@Courier-Journal.com and Jere Downs on Facebook. Cattle.com Market Reports - Lexington Cattle Report . "We can't get our cattle harvested. Cattle.com Market Reports - Lexington Cattle Report . < � �� �� Ăχ�+�� ��D_��M����2���%�@T�C��� ��������R��yޅVcJ����9ibk�u�J1c���W�q�=�#5b. That means calves that used to sell for roughly $1.60 a pound, are now bringing in only $1.30 and bigger cattle are seeing the same trend. 619 0 obj <> endobj “The urban millennial's perception of beef is hazy, at best," Green told fellow researchers of the Kentucky Academy of Science at the University of Louisville in November. That's what happened in poultry and pork. “The stock market settles, even just a little bit, this market could get higher really, really quick, because we have lots of demand for the product.”. �]ݕ�dq�a�4\&�������D���q�"է��T ����g>d�A׷(+� KY Department of Ag Updates *]=X���k�T���i`�~�Tx�� Ј����N�{�4�aPS���jy!�!�'��. As a result, few chicken and hogs are raised by independent, family farms. If it comes, look for retailers like Wal-Mart and Kroger to battle around grilling season in the form of $5.99 ribeyes instead of the going rate of between $8 to $10 per pound, said Louisville-based agriculture commodity analyst Matt Beeson. https://www.usda.gov/coronavirus endstream endobj 620 0 obj <. "We've been waiting five years to get these rules out," Wolfe said. "These are the young men and women that will be the next consumers.". The plunging beef prices forcing small cattle farmers like Woods and Foree to spend more time working off the farm represent a disturbing trend called "the chickenization of beef," said Paul Wolfe, senior policy analyst at the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition, the Washington, D.C., lobby representing 100 grassroots groups working for a healthier agriculture economy. Every time you eat one of those burgers, you send money out of the state," he said. Akers says there is some good news for the cattle industry once the coronavirus spread starts to slow. Cattle herds grew 6 percent last year with those numbers expected to expand at least as much in 2017. << /Length 3910 /Filter /FlateDecode >> stream "You can't predict your cash flow from year to year.". Low prices for corn and feed crops made it easy for greedy farmers to raise too much meat while others point to declines in beef consumption, especially by millennials. 11 0 obj Among older generations, vegetarians run scarcer, at about one for every 20 people. As COVID-19 rattles market, cattle farmers face drop in sales prices Some larger events at Bluegrass Stockyards had to be canceled and postponed to … h�b``a``�� $��0�F fa�h@�b� ��7��L�X��`;���vf�;��m_ޔ?cȩ��P��0f3�W��/A203����_�p30/��� ` ½ © 2020 www.courier-journal.com. FEEDER CATTLE STEERS - Medium and Large 1-2 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt) Head Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price 1 275 275 151.00 151.00 8 313-335 321 152.50-160.00 155.19 endobj Industry experts also say cattle trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange has been volatile beyond rational trends. For a farmer who has received $1,000 per calf this year instead of $2,000 a few years ago, the new GIPSA rule that was to be final in February would enable him to file a federal complaint and wield other means to challenge anti-trust practices and unfair competition, Wolfe said. Receipts: 15,695: Last Year: 26,047 Compared to last week, feeder steers were mostly steady to 3.00 higher, and feeder heifers were mostly 2.00-4.00 higher with good to very good demand. We can clean up the mess but you can't get the labor and I don't know when that problem is going to go away," Ryan said. ... KY (blg) champaign urbana (chm) charleston, WV (crw) charlotte, NC (cha) chattanooga, TN (cht) chillicothe, OH (chl) ... (Lexington - Georgetown) hide this posting restore restore this posting. As Bluegrass Stockyards continue their normal operations, leaders are also making sure to follow the recommended CDC guidelines. As COVID-19 rattles market, cattle farmers face drop in sales prices, Ky. company helping Black farmers bring more fresh produce to Lexington, Chris Bailey’s Forecast | Gusty Winds This Weekend, Ky. lawmaker pre-files bill to raise minimum wage in the commonwealth. Now, there is so much meat in the supply chain that the U.S.D.A. �-^}�a� %PDF-1.3 All Rights Reserved. This year, "it looks like we will get $800 to $900 per head," Woods said. Chef Lee's Whiskey Dry coming to 4th Street Live, Bill seeks to steer food from trash to food banks, each consumer is expected to chew through, Navy says special forces flew Trump flag in convoy, Ky. must pay relatives who take in foster kids, Stumbo’s lawsuit over Bevin’s vetoes dismissed, Bill strikes at Louisville merger, tax base, now owner of a farm investment company in Lexington, Your California Privacy Rights / Privacy Policy. All livestock included in this report are graded and reported according to official USDA live animal standards or guidelines. 86 Bramblett Lane S Hwy 127, PO Box 540, Owenton, KY 40359 Phone: (502) 484-5010 Fax: (502) 484-5725 Facility Manager: Doyle Devers Auction Time: Wednesday – 9:00 a.m. Livestock Accepted: Cattle, Sheep and Goats Special Sales: Yes, check back for … To date, low beef prices have driven some 25 percent of cattlemen in and around Danville, Ky., to seek farm refinancing and lower their monthly land payments, said Ag Credit principal loan officer Joe Goggin. As farmers sell low and consumers still pay high, some point a finger at retailers. “Most of our commercial buyers are isolated up here in booths anyways, but the farmers, yeah we’re monitoring the sale ring and have told people, please don’t be offended if we ask you guys to spread out,” says Akers. lexington for sale "cattle" - craigslist. The bottom line? Others, like former cattle futures trader Brian Luftman, now owner of a farm investment company in Lexington, agree with farmers that "plenty of speculation is probably what is happening to drive prices down. ►READ MORE:  Chef Lee's Whiskey Dry coming to 4th Street Live, ►YOU MAY LIKE:  Bill seeks to steer food from trash to food banks. 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On average, Americans each ate 202 pounds of meat in 2014. 641 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<6BE1FFC89DB8474E9DA546CC87157486>]/Index[619 35]/Info 618 0 R/Length 111/Prev 210070/Root 620 0 R/Size 654/Type/XRef/W[1 3 1]>>stream Kentucky - Tennessee Livestock Market. Put another way, beef's popularity has dropped steadily since its peak at 95 pounds per capita in 1975. !�z�� ���PD|Y&��@��`�oL8B���^&�݌6��b"{�ŷ ��ZA��C$��f�� �^Oq�����p̺Θw-ם����������!� ]�CG�pv�:�`ЖS"l��[�9� �"����=��ے �:�@_��%S�E2v�:�W. For all, the biggest threat to survival "is the lack of consistent farm income," Quarles said in an interview last month. “In Kentucky, we send more than $1 billion of our resource, which is cattle, out west. Like the oil industry, the food industry is highly segmented by middlemen and driven by huge corporate players and volatile trading markets. It's as bad as it's ever been," Ed Greiman, a representative of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, told 100 Kentucky cattlemen at a recent meeting about terrible market conditions in Winchester. Last year, Americans ate an estimated 55 pounds of beef each. "Grocery stores are making very good money," Beeson, the analyst, said. [/PDF /Text /ImageB /ImageC /ImageI] Stanford Stockyard 277 Cordier Lane Stanford, KY 40484 (606) 365-0665. © Kentucky Cattlemen's Association. But that reform of the federal Grain Inspection, Packers & Stockyards Administration, or GIPSA, has been put on hold for 60 days by President Donald Trump. The shakeout's begun in Kentucky beef. Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates. ►READ MORE:  Navy says special forces flew Trump flag in convoy, ►READ MORE:  Ky. must pay relatives who take in foster kids. The official website of the Kentucky Cattlemen's Association. They include accusations that mega meat packers hold too much power, that high-frequency trading drives cattle markets down and that retailers are making bank. These results square with some estimates that one in five millennials indicate they are practicing vegetarians. When farmers fail from crippling market pressure, industry consolidation forces out family enterprises. As an undergraduate studying agricultural economics, young Munfordville cattle farmer Steven Green suspected the changing eating habits of his generation might be one of the factors driving cattle prices down. Others, like former cattle futures trader Brian Luftman, now owner of a farm investment company in Lexington, agree with farmers that "plenty of speculation is probably what is … Cattle, however, remains largely the province of the small farmer, like the 40,000 cattlemen in Kentucky, the largest beef state east of the Mississippi. KCA’s mission is to provide a strong proactive voice for all of Kentucky’s beef farm families, serve as a resource for information and education for producers, consumers and the industry and be a catalyst for enhancing producer sustainability. predicts consumers will eat more as prices eventually fall, up to 217 pounds of meat, per person, this year. In Lexington, Bluegrass Stockyards have remained open, but officials are saying sales margins have decreased. "We know it's been a perfect storm.". https://www.ncba.org/coronavirus.aspx ", Whatever the cause, Kentucky agriculture commissioner Ryan Quarles said, "the disconnect between the packers and the retail price is very high. Amid closures for restaurants and other businesses, another group taking a hit from the coronavirus is cattle farmers. At his farm on the outskirts of New Castle, Woods has taken jobs off the farm to make payments on the 95-acre spread. DN)�v�X������q������۫���1�5`d؈>p��„s��0��lpS-;�,�I��a����fXp�� Those farmers remain captive to volatile commodity beef prices, since most of the 1.1 million beef cattle bred in the state are purchased for fattening on feedlots out west by corporate agri-companies and "come back to Kentucky as box beef," Henry County cattle farmer Bobby Foree said. �����e$"!��t=A]���=�+>��N�_^~�]�__�|�������.��׫W���b�a������4��~��������+t�>��v���}�Ww"�}=�T��������6��/�����K�9��q��%Ð�u3�\a�9b�r\_�S-�,�I�Hxq�1�HJ�N3,������@�)苀���j��P��A���]Ѧ�t��xt�n������p?D�%B��t���;��6���2�S�#��h�U��0K ^ �b��t?��7���A,g.�?��L ��Қ�pو�L`-!ms\oSC�����Rv���J��F1�-��;s �-s_0�[�J�:!/�Z7L��x,�K�5Y��{��G$����y�VxN��p�`�����ҁ��VAz���=�NL�u��A��!O����W1k�d�(�ј�N���q��� AU���p�x�@q�5��f�)�tP>��i`Ci�~�����j�T��+{�㰒-' cfGOz�8�t����q�� ZC�q�GPM��kq�g��P��Q�6�s!��|q��+T �D$�_؟�^�:�t��x&N90:�������] G8-���A�:�#H���1�FG�Ւ���i�f�rV�m�ӏ�J�O �!�C���� A)�ՏL�O W�J2�|�����kyus�-/ �g>��|2)&�…i?W:�����4U%����Jn��w�����m���:�D�p�g�Nn�b)��Oe�%O��~ Most beef cattle are slaughtered in the U.S. by JBS, Tyson or Cargill, meat conglomerates that control about 70 percent of the beef industry. Jere Downs can be reached at (502) 582-4669, JDowns@Courier-Journal.com and Jere Downs on Facebook. Cattle.com Market Reports - Lexington Cattle Report . "We can't get our cattle harvested. Cattle.com Market Reports - Lexington Cattle Report . < � �� �� Ăχ�+�� ��D_��M����2���%�@T�C��� ��������R��yޅVcJ����9ibk�u�J1c���W�q�=�#5b. That means calves that used to sell for roughly $1.60 a pound, are now bringing in only $1.30 and bigger cattle are seeing the same trend. 619 0 obj <> endobj “The urban millennial's perception of beef is hazy, at best," Green told fellow researchers of the Kentucky Academy of Science at the University of Louisville in November. That's what happened in poultry and pork. “The stock market settles, even just a little bit, this market could get higher really, really quick, because we have lots of demand for the product.”. �]ݕ�dq�a�4\&�������D���q�"է��T ����g>d�A׷(+� KY Department of Ag Updates *]=X���k�T���i`�~�Tx�� Ј����N�{�4�aPS���jy!�!�'��. As a result, few chicken and hogs are raised by independent, family farms. If it comes, look for retailers like Wal-Mart and Kroger to battle around grilling season in the form of $5.99 ribeyes instead of the going rate of between $8 to $10 per pound, said Louisville-based agriculture commodity analyst Matt Beeson. https://www.usda.gov/coronavirus endstream endobj 620 0 obj <. "We've been waiting five years to get these rules out," Wolfe said. "These are the young men and women that will be the next consumers.". The plunging beef prices forcing small cattle farmers like Woods and Foree to spend more time working off the farm represent a disturbing trend called "the chickenization of beef," said Paul Wolfe, senior policy analyst at the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition, the Washington, D.C., lobby representing 100 grassroots groups working for a healthier agriculture economy. Every time you eat one of those burgers, you send money out of the state," he said. Akers says there is some good news for the cattle industry once the coronavirus spread starts to slow. Cattle herds grew 6 percent last year with those numbers expected to expand at least as much in 2017. << /Length 3910 /Filter /FlateDecode >> stream "You can't predict your cash flow from year to year.". Low prices for corn and feed crops made it easy for greedy farmers to raise too much meat while others point to declines in beef consumption, especially by millennials. 11 0 obj Among older generations, vegetarians run scarcer, at about one for every 20 people. As COVID-19 rattles market, cattle farmers face drop in sales prices Some larger events at Bluegrass Stockyards had to be canceled and postponed to … h�b``a``�� $��0�F fa�h@�b� ��7��L�X��`;���vf�;��m_ޔ?cȩ��P��0f3�W��/A203����_�p30/��� ` ½ © 2020 www.courier-journal.com. FEEDER CATTLE STEERS - Medium and Large 1-2 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt) Head Wt Range Avg Wt Price Range Avg Price 1 275 275 151.00 151.00 8 313-335 321 152.50-160.00 155.19 endobj Industry experts also say cattle trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange has been volatile beyond rational trends. For a farmer who has received $1,000 per calf this year instead of $2,000 a few years ago, the new GIPSA rule that was to be final in February would enable him to file a federal complaint and wield other means to challenge anti-trust practices and unfair competition, Wolfe said. Receipts: 15,695: Last Year: 26,047 Compared to last week, feeder steers were mostly steady to 3.00 higher, and feeder heifers were mostly 2.00-4.00 higher with good to very good demand. We can clean up the mess but you can't get the labor and I don't know when that problem is going to go away," Ryan said. ... KY (blg) champaign urbana (chm) charleston, WV (crw) charlotte, NC (cha) chattanooga, TN (cht) chillicothe, OH (chl) ... (Lexington - Georgetown) hide this posting restore restore this posting. As Bluegrass Stockyards continue their normal operations, leaders are also making sure to follow the recommended CDC guidelines. As COVID-19 rattles market, cattle farmers face drop in sales prices, Ky. company helping Black farmers bring more fresh produce to Lexington, Chris Bailey’s Forecast | Gusty Winds This Weekend, Ky. lawmaker pre-files bill to raise minimum wage in the commonwealth. Now, there is so much meat in the supply chain that the U.S.D.A. �-^}�a� %PDF-1.3 All Rights Reserved. This year, "it looks like we will get $800 to $900 per head," Woods said. Chef Lee's Whiskey Dry coming to 4th Street Live, Bill seeks to steer food from trash to food banks, each consumer is expected to chew through, Navy says special forces flew Trump flag in convoy, Ky. must pay relatives who take in foster kids, Stumbo’s lawsuit over Bevin’s vetoes dismissed, Bill strikes at Louisville merger, tax base, now owner of a farm investment company in Lexington, Your California Privacy Rights / Privacy Policy. All livestock included in this report are graded and reported according to official USDA live animal standards or guidelines. 86 Bramblett Lane S Hwy 127, PO Box 540, Owenton, KY 40359 Phone: (502) 484-5010 Fax: (502) 484-5725 Facility Manager: Doyle Devers Auction Time: Wednesday – 9:00 a.m. Livestock Accepted: Cattle, Sheep and Goats Special Sales: Yes, check back for … To date, low beef prices have driven some 25 percent of cattlemen in and around Danville, Ky., to seek farm refinancing and lower their monthly land payments, said Ag Credit principal loan officer Joe Goggin. As farmers sell low and consumers still pay high, some point a finger at retailers. “Most of our commercial buyers are isolated up here in booths anyways, but the farmers, yeah we’re monitoring the sale ring and have told people, please don’t be offended if we ask you guys to spread out,” says Akers. lexington for sale "cattle" - craigslist. The bottom line? Others, like former cattle futures trader Brian Luftman, now owner of a farm investment company in Lexington, agree with farmers that "plenty of speculation is probably what is happening to drive prices down. ►READ MORE:  Chef Lee's Whiskey Dry coming to 4th Street Live, ►YOU MAY LIKE:  Bill seeks to steer food from trash to food banks.

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