Live Cattle Commodity Research and Analysis

Live Cattle Commodity Research and Analysis

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Difficult to Expand Short Term Supply?

Not Sensitive to Price Changes?

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Live Cattle Conclusion - Low capacity to increase supply means that an increase in demand for Live Cattle will significantly increase prices. When Live Cattle prices increase, consumers can not easily switch to using other commodities; therefore, prices will remain elevated.

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Threats + Weaknesses = 9

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Live Cattle Description Update

Cattle, or more commonly referred to as cows, are the largest domesticated animal that is used for food and exported as a commodity. Cattle are also referred to by gender as bulls and heifers. Cattle can be raised for meat such as beef cattle or raised for dairy product production such as dairy cattle. Cattle are also raised as draft animals for pulling carts or plows. Cattle hides are used for leather making and cattle fecal matter is used as fuel or for fertilizer. Because they are livestock, they also benefit from corn production used for livestock food. A member of the bovine family, there are many breeds of cattle. Cattle can be interbred with species such as bison to create a separate breed known as beefalo.

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  • Risk Of Health Eating of red meat has been a linked to health risk such as cancer and cardiovascular disease. Recent studies show that red meat could pose an increase in cancer risk. Some studies have linked...

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