How might varying regional pasture conditions impact herd development and cattle movement? What is the broad economic outlook for cow-calf, stocker and feedlot operators? What insights can ranchers and processors glean from USDA’s July Cattle Inventory Report?
Register today to dive deep into the numbers, as Dr. Glynn Tonsor, livestock economist at Kansas State University, tackles these and other issues that affect stakeholders throughout the beef and cattle industry.
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Dr. Glynn Tonsor, Livestock Economist, Kansas State University
Glynn joined the KSU Agricultural Economics faculty as an Assistant Professor in March 2010. He obtained his Ph.D. from KSU in 2006 and was an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics at Michigan State University from May 2006 to March 2010.
Glynn's current efforts are primarily devoted to a range of integrated research and extension activities with particular focus on the cattle/beef and swine/pork industries. His broader interests cover aspects throughout the meat supply chain ranging from production level supply issues to end-user consumer demand issues.