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WORK SLOW??
Posted Wed, Mar 15 2023 03:58 PM CST
JEREMY BULLINGTON
BULLINGTONS TRUCKING
WESTMORELAND , TN

Posts: 2
Just curious if work is slow all over or just the feeders going west? And if it's expected to last much longer? Don't ever remember having trouble staying loaded this time of year... REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Thu, Mar 16 2023 03:12 PM CST
MICHAEL SMOTHERS
SMOTHERS AG, LLC
MONTEZUMA, IA
515-418-6149

Posts: 7
The average weekly cattle harvest for 2022 was 647,246. Last 4 weekly reports avg was 623,000 (thru the week of 3/4) Average weekly beef production in '22 was 535.2 million lbs. last 4 weeks, 512.6 million. Packerman tapping the brakes.25,000 fewer fat cattle a week is about 625 fewer pot loads. Got this off a guy I follow on twitter. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Thu, Mar 16 2023 04:56 PM CST
FREDDY NEIGHBORS
SILVER WINGS TRUCKING
FORT SMITH, AR

Posts: 1
I am having the same problem. Don't make sense to me. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Sun, Mar 19 2023 09:12 AM CST
JEREMY BULLINGTON
BULLINGTONS TRUCKING
WESTMORELAND , TN

Posts: 2
That is pretty good break down and it makes sense REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Thu, May 18 2023 11:47 AM CST
JAKOB FEINER
FEINER HAULING COMPANY
STEPHENVILLE, TX
702-249-1153

Posts: 1
i cant keep any work lined up and i was busy 7 days a week for the past two months and now maybe a load here and there. im just glad im not the only one who was worried about it REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Fri, May 19 2023 12:35 AM CST
MICHAEL REED
UNDERCOVER OUTLAWS L.L.C.
SEDALIA, MO
660-596-6260

Posts: 5
It's hit and miss everywhere. One good week then 2 or 3 dead weeks. From what I can see is nationwide. That Twitter breakdown sure does help it all make sense. Eventually, it's going to have to break loose or we'll be faced with some serious food shortages. We'll, WE won't be lol. A lot of the country will be though. Has anybody even heard of any exports this year? Until last year we used to load the ships at least once or twice a year with export cattle but I've yet to even hear about anything this year. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE