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Beef Buzz with Ron Hays on RON (Radio Oklahoma Network)

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Beef Buzz with Ron Hays on RON (Radio Oklahoma Network)

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Beef Buzz is a daily radio program on the Radio Oklahoma Network. Ron Hays keeps Oklahoma cattle producers up to speed on the latest livestock news.

Latest Episodes

Greg Hanes, Cattlemen's Beef Board, Says Zoom And Other Technologies Are Helping Them Reach More Consumers

One silver lining in this pandemic-infused year is the rapid advancement of communications technology, allowing us to talk to more people via Zoom and other choices. Greg Hanes, CEO of the Cattlemen"s Beef Promotion and Research Board, said that technology has helped beef producers reach more consumers.

--2 d ago
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Greg Hanes, Cattlemen's Beef Board, Says Zoom And Other Technologies Are Helping Them Reach More Consumers

USMEF's Dan Halstrom Says The Trump Administration Has Been a Good Period For U.S. Meat Exports

As the Trump Administration begins the transition to President-elect Joe Biden, a review of U.S. meat exports during the Trump years is in order. Dan Halstrom, president and CEO of the U.S. Meat Export Federation said it"s been a good period for U.S. meat producers.

--3 d ago
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USMEF's Dan Halstrom Says The Trump Administration Has Been a Good Period For U.S. Meat Exports

No Surprises in Latest Cattle on Feed Report And OSU's Derrell Peel Says The Market is Leveling Out

The latest Cattle on Feed report held few surprises and should attract a favorable market reaction said Dr. Derrell Peel, OSU Extension livestock market economist.

--4 d ago
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No Surprises in Latest Cattle on Feed Report And OSU's Derrell Peel Says The Market is Leveling Out

U.S. Meat Export Glass is Half Full But It's Filling Up Fast Says USMEF's Dan Halstrom

The meat export glass is half full with a lot of room at the top says Dan Halstrom, president and CEO of the U.S. Meat Export Federation. Halstrom recently spoke via Zoom with Radio Oklahoma Agriculture Network Associate Farm Director and Editor KC Sheperd. All things considered things are looking pretty good, Halstrom said.

--1 w ago
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U.S. Meat Export Glass is Half Full But It's Filling Up Fast Says USMEF's Dan Halstrom

October Ice Storm Dramatically Impacted Cattle Markets Says OSU's Derrell Peel

Just as it appeared the cattle markets were operating in a more seasonal fall pattern, Mother Nature threw a wicked curve ball in the form of that late October ice storm in the southern High Plains. Dr. Derrell Peel, OSU Extension livestock market economist said the storm was a game changer.

--1 w ago
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October Ice Storm Dramatically Impacted Cattle Markets Says OSU's Derrell Peel

Slow Pace of U.S. Beef Exports a Concern, Says Market Analyst Katelyn McCullock

While pork exports will likely set record levels this year, the slow pace of beef exports is a concern, says Katelyn McCullock, director and senior agricultural economist for the Livestock Marketing Information Center, based in Denver, Colo.

--1 w ago
Comments
Slow Pace of U.S. Beef Exports a Concern, Says Market Analyst Katelyn McCullock

Katelyn McCullock, Livestock Marketing Information Center, Talks About Holiday Beef Demand During The Pandemic

During the holidays consumers often turn to traditional ham and turkey entrees so it"s not unusual to see beef demand seasonally decrease. Yet this is a year unlike any other.

--1 w ago
Comments
Katelyn McCullock, Livestock Marketing Information Center, Talks About Holiday Beef Demand During The Pandemic

Simmental Among The Breeds to be Shown At Cattlemen's Congress in Oklahoma City in January

When the venerable Denver National Western Stock Show canceled its annual event for January due to COVID-19 restrictions by the city, Oklahoma City stepped in with the Cattlemen"s Congress. Now all the major breeds of cattle will congregate in Oklahoma City in early January.

--1 w ago
Comments
Simmental Among The Breeds to be Shown At Cattlemen's Congress in Oklahoma City in January

Market Analyst Corbitt Wall Makes The Case For Cattle Producers and Beef Packers Are Not in The Same Business

Cattle producers and meat packers are not in the same business and that has never been more obvious than during the pandemic, said market analyst Corbit Wall. Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays recently visited with Wall about the issue.

--2 w ago
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Market Analyst Corbitt Wall Makes The Case For Cattle Producers and Beef Packers Are Not in The Same Business

NCBA's Ethan Lane Reviews Election Results

During a cattle industry Stockmanship and Stewardship virtual meeting this week Ethan Lane, NCBA vice president of government affairs, offered an analysis of the national election results. On the senate side, Wyoming attorney, cattle producer and former Congressman Cynthia Lummis will be the first woman to represent that state in the U.S.

--2 w ago
Comments
NCBA's Ethan Lane Reviews Election Results

Latest Episodes

Greg Hanes, Cattlemen's Beef Board, Says Zoom And Other Technologies Are Helping Them Reach More Consumers

One silver lining in this pandemic-infused year is the rapid advancement of communications technology, allowing us to talk to more people via Zoom and other choices. Greg Hanes, CEO of the Cattlemen"s Beef Promotion and Research Board, said that technology has helped beef producers reach more consumers.

--2 d ago
Comments
Greg Hanes, Cattlemen's Beef Board, Says Zoom And Other Technologies Are Helping Them Reach More Consumers

USMEF's Dan Halstrom Says The Trump Administration Has Been a Good Period For U.S. Meat Exports

As the Trump Administration begins the transition to President-elect Joe Biden, a review of U.S. meat exports during the Trump years is in order. Dan Halstrom, president and CEO of the U.S. Meat Export Federation said it"s been a good period for U.S. meat producers.

--3 d ago
Comments
USMEF's Dan Halstrom Says The Trump Administration Has Been a Good Period For U.S. Meat Exports

No Surprises in Latest Cattle on Feed Report And OSU's Derrell Peel Says The Market is Leveling Out

The latest Cattle on Feed report held few surprises and should attract a favorable market reaction said Dr. Derrell Peel, OSU Extension livestock market economist.

--4 d ago
Comments
No Surprises in Latest Cattle on Feed Report And OSU's Derrell Peel Says The Market is Leveling Out

U.S. Meat Export Glass is Half Full But It's Filling Up Fast Says USMEF's Dan Halstrom

The meat export glass is half full with a lot of room at the top says Dan Halstrom, president and CEO of the U.S. Meat Export Federation. Halstrom recently spoke via Zoom with Radio Oklahoma Agriculture Network Associate Farm Director and Editor KC Sheperd. All things considered things are looking pretty good, Halstrom said.

--1 w ago
Comments
U.S. Meat Export Glass is Half Full But It's Filling Up Fast Says USMEF's Dan Halstrom

October Ice Storm Dramatically Impacted Cattle Markets Says OSU's Derrell Peel

Just as it appeared the cattle markets were operating in a more seasonal fall pattern, Mother Nature threw a wicked curve ball in the form of that late October ice storm in the southern High Plains. Dr. Derrell Peel, OSU Extension livestock market economist said the storm was a game changer.

--1 w ago
Comments
October Ice Storm Dramatically Impacted Cattle Markets Says OSU's Derrell Peel

Slow Pace of U.S. Beef Exports a Concern, Says Market Analyst Katelyn McCullock

While pork exports will likely set record levels this year, the slow pace of beef exports is a concern, says Katelyn McCullock, director and senior agricultural economist for the Livestock Marketing Information Center, based in Denver, Colo.

--1 w ago
Comments
Slow Pace of U.S. Beef Exports a Concern, Says Market Analyst Katelyn McCullock

Katelyn McCullock, Livestock Marketing Information Center, Talks About Holiday Beef Demand During The Pandemic

During the holidays consumers often turn to traditional ham and turkey entrees so it"s not unusual to see beef demand seasonally decrease. Yet this is a year unlike any other.

--1 w ago
Comments
Katelyn McCullock, Livestock Marketing Information Center, Talks About Holiday Beef Demand During The Pandemic

Simmental Among The Breeds to be Shown At Cattlemen's Congress in Oklahoma City in January

When the venerable Denver National Western Stock Show canceled its annual event for January due to COVID-19 restrictions by the city, Oklahoma City stepped in with the Cattlemen"s Congress. Now all the major breeds of cattle will congregate in Oklahoma City in early January.

--1 w ago
Comments
Simmental Among The Breeds to be Shown At Cattlemen's Congress in Oklahoma City in January

Market Analyst Corbitt Wall Makes The Case For Cattle Producers and Beef Packers Are Not in The Same Business

Cattle producers and meat packers are not in the same business and that has never been more obvious than during the pandemic, said market analyst Corbit Wall. Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays recently visited with Wall about the issue.

--2 w ago
Comments
Market Analyst Corbitt Wall Makes The Case For Cattle Producers and Beef Packers Are Not in The Same Business

NCBA's Ethan Lane Reviews Election Results

During a cattle industry Stockmanship and Stewardship virtual meeting this week Ethan Lane, NCBA vice president of government affairs, offered an analysis of the national election results. On the senate side, Wyoming attorney, cattle producer and former Congressman Cynthia Lummis will be the first woman to represent that state in the U.S.

--2 w ago
Comments
NCBA's Ethan Lane Reviews Election Results
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