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Live cattle a buy, says SocGen, hiking price hopes

The bank lifts forecasts for futures in feeder and live cattle, citing the boost to beef demand from economic revival. Hogs are more fairly valued

Hormel shares weaken on end to meat margin boom
Hormel Foods, foreseeing tougher times for pork and turkey output, sees its earnings rising less far than investors have forecast
Cotton, soy lead hedge fund return to bearish positioning on ags
Hedge funds cut their net long in ag derivatives for the first time since September, despite a short-covering spree in wheat. Is cocoa now a buy?
Upbeat Tyson Foods foresees chicken meat squeeze
The US meat giant unveils forecast-beating results and foresees further growth ahead, as growth in chicken demand outpaces that production
UK poultry sector to show growth of 30% in 9 years
UK poultry output is to grow by a further 1.9m birds a week by the end of 2016, in a quest to meet growing demand, the head of Moy Park says
Hedge fund short-closing wave spurs fears for corn
Hedge funds extend short covering in agricultural commodity positions - in grains, at least. But will this herald a reversal in corn prices?
Russia pork groups flag 'benefits' from import ban
Ros Agro unveils a jump of 161% in pork revenues, thanks to higher prices and volumes, while Sojuz Group reveals plans to near-double production
Cattle prices soar, but feedlot margins stay tight
Futures in live cattle return close to record highs. But the benefit to feedlots is curtailed by a rise in prices of feeder cattle too
Extent of hedge fund short-closing in ags revealed
Hedge funds raise bullish positioning on ags by more than 50,000 contracts, led by short covering. Bullish positioning on coffee hits a six-year high
Exports to cut Canada's cattle herd to 22-year low
Canada's cattle herd will fall more than had been expected as producers take the "opportunity of their lifetime" to cash in on record prices
Have hedge funds ended wave of selling in ags?
Hedge funds' net long position in ags stays stable for a fourth week, as selling in corn and soy is matched by less bearish takes on cotton and sugar
Import bans spur Russia meat groups to lift output
Russia's own output of beef and, especially, pork will rise as it tries to fill the void left by import curbs. But it will take a toll on herd numbers
EU chicken output to expand despite French woes
EU chicken output will rise this year, and next, despite troubles in the French industry, where a second large producer has filed for bankruptcy
Cattle futures - will they rise yet again in 2014?

Both feeder and live cattle futures have risen for five successive years. Will they make it six? Or will consumers reject elevated beef prices?

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