Inflation is affecting our Canadian way of life, as well as that of our livestock, as feed costs are up over 11.8 percent from last year.
By Farm Credit Canada
Although it’s difficult to predict doom and gloom when cattle and hog prices remain high in 2022, but Farm Credit Canada (FCC) noted that as the global economy continues its decline and export markets act against weaker conditions, pressure could be applied to prices.
Martha Roberts, a research specialist and Economic Editor with the FCC has delved into the state of today’s cattle and pig markets and examined global factors that will impact future prices.
Read how the “Spectre of demand destruction looms over livestock markets”. Click HERE.