Egg prices have been on a roller coaster this year, soaring sky-high and falling back down to Earth in just a few months.
Consumers think inflation will impact their Thanksgiving dinner table this year.
Tyson Foods is closing several chicken processing facilities across the United States, and we are already starting to see the impact on those producers.
The Ohio Poultry Association debuted more than a dozen unique deviled egg flavors at this year’s State Fair!
A study from Kansas State University found consumers are less willing to pay for certain meats as retail prices inch higher.
Some experts predict we could even see a mild recession by the end of the year.
In June, prices were down 77% compared to the highest weekly price in 2022.
Starting this fall, Iowa State University will begin serving campus-raised turkeys to students in the dining halls.
The Farm Service Agency’s crop acreage reports as well as the USDA Emergency Relief Program applications are both coming up in mid-July.
Egg prices have been all over the board this year, but as this week’s Consumer Price Index report showed, inflation is slowing, and they are seeing relief.
According to the USDA Outlook Board, margins could improve for producers depending on a decrease in cases of High-Path Avian Flu (HPAI).