Mississippi Cattlemen's Association
|Forage Conference & Field Day
The 2012 Mississippi Forage and Grassland Conference will be held at the McKenzie Arena in Raymond, November 30 and the Brown Loam Field Day will be held on November 29 from 1-4 p.m. at the Brown Loam Experiment Station.
The Conference promises to be the best yet, with experts from seven states speaking on important forage related topics.
The conference agenda, information about speakers, and the conference pre-registration form can be found at the MSUCares Forage Website.
Preregistration is required before November 26. Space is limited; early registration is encouraged.
|MAFES Production Sale|
The 30th Annual MAFES Production Sale will be held Thursday, November 15, at the
Mississippi Horse Park, near Starkville.
From 9 until 11 a.m., a free short course, "Improving Calf Value", will be held at the sale site.
Lunch will be served at noon and cattle lots sell at 1:00 p.m., followed by horses.
Interactive bidding sites will be available in Hattiesburg and Raymond.
|Recruit and Win
Total Recipe Time: 2 to 2 1/4 hours
|Managing Wild Pig Damage
On Dec 4th, a workshop designed to provide an overview of the wild pig population expansion in Mississippi and the Southeast will be held at Central MS Research & Extension Center in Raymond. Speakers will review the history of wild pigs in the U.S., review the damage caused by pigs, and allow workshop attendees to see the most effective pig trap designs. Attendees will also receive the Wild Pig Landowner's Guide Extension Publication.
Registration fee is $20.00 which includes lunch and materials.
|Mississippi BCIA Sale|
|21 bulls averaged $2960|
5 heifers averaged $2070
|Johne's Disease Newsletter
For information about Johne's disease,
contact your Designated Johne's Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org, Ph (601) 832-3350
Beef Quality Assurance Coordinator
Dr. Carla L. Huston,
email@example.com, Ph (662) 325-1183.
Timberland Bull Sale
Black Angus & SimAngus
November 17, 2012
November 9, 2012
The fed cattle market was $1.00 lower for the week as sales in the south were established at $125 to $126 with north prices lightly tested at $125 live and $195 to tops of $199 dressed. Trade volumes were limited nationwide. Boxed beef sales were slightly lower for the week. The aftermath of hurricane Sandy and buying at retail for Thanksgiving dulled beef demand this week. Feeder cattle prices were even to $2.00 higher, calves were ranged from $2.00 higher to $3.00 lower. Dry moisture conditions have again became critical in winter wheat areas as stockers look to add inventory and turn out cattle. Slaughter cows were $1 to $2.00 higher as supplies begin to slow as we go into the tail end of the fall run. Corn prices drifted sideways this week, very little news was in the market to drive values higher or lower.
13 White Sand
13 MSU Collegiate
15 MAFES Sale &
MSU Horse Park
15 Webster CCA
15 Lee CCA
15 Simpson CCA
20 Lowndes CCA
29, 30 Grazing Conference
Drought, fires, floods, regulatory overreach, skyrocketing input costs and record herd shortage are all issues cattlemen and women have unfortunately become very familiar with over the past couple of years. NCBA's Cattlemen to Cattlemen will take a closer look at the current state of the beef industry during a live call-in show on Tues., Nov. 13, at 7:30 p.m. on RFD-TV.
This special episode of NCBA's Cattlemen to Cattlemen will allow us to answer questions, listen to producer concerns and discuss strategies that are crucial in helping ranchers have successful cattle operations, while continuing to produce the safest, highest quality beef in the world.
Viewers can ask the panel questions by calling 1-888-824-6688 or by e-mailing their questions to C2C@beef.org. They are also encouraged to join NCBA by calling 1-888-824-6688 or visiting NCBA's website.
The program will be broadcast again on RFD-TV Wed., Nov. 14, 2012, at 9:30 a.m. and Sat., Nov. 17, 2012, at 8 a.m.