Ted Schroeder

Livestock Marketing, Risk Management

Professor, Livestock Marketing
Kansas State University

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Manhattan , KS  66506-4011
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Documents & Presentations by Ted Schroeder
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Overview Of The CME Group Feeder Cattle Futures Contract June 25, 2019
Measuring Grain Market Price Risk September 5, 2018
Live Cattle Delivery to Settle Contract

K-State livestock economists Brian Coffey and Ted Schroeder talk about their new evaluation of the effectiveness of physical delivery of cattle to settle a live cattle futures contract...this in-depth study illustrated the complexity of physical delivery and its function as a risk management tool, and compared it to other alternative means of contract settlement.

August 6, 2018
13. Risk Management in Evolving Live Cattle Markets August 1, 2018
Assessment of Physical Delivery Mechanisms on the Live Cattle Futures Market June 28, 2018
Metaphylaxis

K-State agricultural economist Ted Schroeder and Elliott Dennis report on their just-released study of the feedlot cattle health management practice called metaphylaxis, or mass medication of cattle at high health risk...they've attached an economic value to that approach, which they hope will become part of the dialogue over the future of metaphylaxis treatments in the cattle industry.

June 26, 2018
Value of Arrival Metaphylaxis in the U.S. Fed Cattle Industry June 21, 2018
Assessing Beef Demand Determinants

Presented at: Checkoff Update Session. 2018 Cattle Industry Convention. Phoenix, AZ.

February 1, 2018
Assessing Beef Demand Determinants

Presented at: Joint Evaluation Advisory Committee Meeting. 2018 Cattle Industry Convention. Phoenix, AZ.

January 31, 2018
Cattle Feeding Risk

K-State livestock economist Ted Schroeder and undergraduate researcher Justin Bina talk about their new analysis of live cattle options trading over the past 15 years...their work shows how the volatility patterns in that trading can be used by cattle feeders to estimate the price risk they're undertaking in feeding cattle at any given point.

January 30, 2018