Determinants of Cattle Feeding Profit and Cost of Gain Variability
Martin L. Albright,
Michael Langemeier and
James Mintert ()
No 118161, Staff Papers from Kansas State University, Department of Agricultural Economics
Cattle feeders face risks from fluctuating fed cattle, feeder cattle, and feed prices and cattle performance. Closeout data on 7293 pens of steers are studied to determine the relative impacts of prices and animal performance on cattle feeding profits and cost of gain. Results indicate the importance of managing price risk.
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