Webcast: 2013 Livestock and Dairy Outlook - Elevated Feed Prices Continue to Impact Producers (11:00 AM EST)

Time & Location

Originally Presented: February 11, 2013 11:00 AM, Webcast

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Agenda:

    Tightening corn supply is forcing the prices of all animal feed grains upwards, driving livestock producers to seek efficiencies and, at the extreme, face bankruptcy. Thomas Elam, President of agricultural consultancy FarmEcon, will discuss the outlook for grain pricing and its impact on livestock supply and pricing, as well the expected impact on domestic and export animal protein demand. Talking Points: • Trend toward declining corn production: ripple effect on feed availability and pricing • Feed supply impact on animal protein production, food supply, pricing and consumption • US meat exports • Feed grain cost outlook for 2013-14 • Outlook for major and minor livestock and dairy producers IMPORTANT To participate, attendees must have pre-registered on the GLG Research Management Platform (RMP) prior to 5:00 PM EST/2:00 PM PST on Friday, February 8, 2013. A URL for the Webcast will be provided in the confirmation email and on this page the day of the scheduled Webcast. ABOUT GLG WEBCASTS Webcasts educate business and investment professionals through online presentations on current trends and core concepts in various industries. GLG Webcasts typically consist of a 30-minute presentation, followed by a Q&A session. Presentation audio is delivered via attendees' computers.

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