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MARKETING
Extension Animal Husbandry
Department of Animal Science

North Carolina is home to approximately one-half million cows which calve every 12 to 14 months, producing 350-400 thousand feeder cattle annually.
Heavier calves are shipped to feedlots while lighter cattle are backgrounded in this region. Articles in this section deal with the economic impacts of marketing these cattle through graded feeder cattle sales, on-farm sales, and retained ownership programs. Historical and statistical data are available also, as well as budgeting information for use in determining market options. (Adobe pdf format. Download the free Acrobat reader.)

North Carolina Spring Stocker Cattle Sale Summaries:


North Carolina Fall Feeder Calf and Yearling Sale Summaries: 

Publications concerning Marketing include:


Other Sites of Interest:

  • NCDA Market News: Current reports on State and National Beef Price Trends
  • AGRICULTURAL ENTERPRISE BUDGETS

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