CattleFax Announces Agenda for Outlook & Strategies Seminar

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The cast is set and there is no turning back. The cattle industry is facing larger domestic supplies for 2017 and 2018, and pork and poultry production will be record large as well.

Beef industry participants will feel the far-reaching influence of livestock expansion well beyond 2016. CattleFax will discuss those implications in detail during its Outlook & Strategies 2017 Seminar on Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016.

Jan Lambregts, Global Head of Financial Markets Research for Rabobank International, will provide the keynote ā€“ presenting the factors that will shape the U.S. and global economy in 2017. Art Douglas, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of the Atmospheric Science Department at Creighton University, will discuss weather patterns and trends expected for 2017 and beyond.

The CattleFax team will share its expectations on the major trends that will shape the livestock, grain, protein and energy markets over the next 12 to 24 months ā€“ providing business strategies to navigate the market challenges. Seminar topics will include beef cowherd expansion, protein market trends, cheaper feedstuffs, energy market price changes, feedyard and packing segment capacity, interest rate expectations and world trade policy.

The Marriott Denver South at Park Meadows in Littleton, Colo., is the seminar headquarters hotel. Seminar cost is $325 per person and includes a pre-seminar networking reception on the evening of Monday, Nov. 28. Registration is open, but space is limited.

Interested participants can visit www.CattleFax.com/meetings.aspx for more information and to download a registration form. Questions regarding the seminar can be answered by calling 800-825-7525 or e-mailing leigh@cattlefax.com.

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