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Photo by Amanda NolzEconomist Randy Blach of Cattle-Fax speaks to South Dakota cattlemen in Brookings, SD at the Cargill Animal Nutrition "Starting Strong" Seminar on Aug. 11.

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In these volatile times, it’s critical for producers to understand the markets and play them to their advantage. While a down spiraling economy has left many feeling quite pessimistic about the state of the beef industry today, economists say this is just another typical cycle for producers to battle. Economist Randy Blach of Cattle-Fax spoke to South Dakota cattlemen in Brookings, SD at the Cargill Animal Nutrition “Starting Strong” Seminar on Aug. 11, 2009. While there, he presented his thoughts and concerns about the market outlook and trends, while offering advice for producers to weather the current economic storm and be profitable in the future.

In these volatile times, it’s critical for producers to understand the markets and play them to their advantage. While a down spiraling economy has left many feeling quite pessimistic about the state of the beef industry today, economists say this is just another typical cycle for producers to battle. Economist Randy Blach of Cattle-Fax spoke to South Dakota cattlemen in Brookings, SD at the Cargill Animal Nutrition “Starting Strong” Seminar on Aug. 11, 2009. While there, he presented his thoughts and concerns about the market outlook and trends, while offering advice for producers to weather the current economic storm and be profitable in the future.

In these volatile times, it’s critical for producers to understand the markets and play them to their advantage. While a down spiraling economy has left many feeling quite pessimistic about the state of the beef industry today, economists say this is just another typical cycle for producers to battle. Economist Randy Blach of Cattle-Fax spoke to South Dakota cattlemen in Brookings, SD at the Cargill Animal Nutrition “Starting Strong” Seminar on Aug. 11, 2009. While there, he presented his thoughts and concerns about the market outlook and trends, while offering advice for producers to weather the current economic storm and be profitable in the future.

In these volatile times, it’s critical for producers to understand the markets and play them to their advantage. While a down spiraling economy has left many feeling quite pessimistic about the state of the beef industry today, economists say this is just another typical cycle for producers to battle. Economist Randy Blach of Cattle-Fax spoke to South Dakota cattlemen in Brookings, SD at the Cargill Animal Nutrition “Starting Strong” Seminar on Aug. 11, 2009. While there, he presented his thoughts and concerns about the market outlook and trends, while offering advice for producers to weather the current economic storm and be profitable in the future.


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