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Demand for the Certified Angus Beef (CAB) brand surged higher in 2011, which helps explain a 40 percent jump in packer-reported CAB grid premiums. Licensed packers paid owners of CAB-accepted finished cattle $32.3 million last year, compared to almost $23 million in 2010, according to February reports. That does not include related premiums paid for Choice and Prime grades.

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Everything changed for Acey Shaw about a year ago, just hours after he delivered a sick calf on the Idaho ranch he shares with his wife and three children.

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Discussing beef value always generates a lively response. The relationship between seller and buyer always rests in fairness. However, the documentation of what is fair is difficult, if not impossible.

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“Rain or shine, wet or dry, do you want to make more money from your cows next year?” asks a Texas AgriLife Research forage scientist.

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A new case, Mullins v. United States, decided in the United States District Court in Knoxville, Tennessee, considered an individual who owned and operated a cattle-raising operation who claimed he was entitled to deduct losses over a period of years.

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In the cattle industry, there continues to be a lot of confusion and discussion about what procedures and processes actually produce a “premium” at the market.

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