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About Ken Maxfield and The Maxfield Report
Ken brings more than twenty years of meat-packing experience to The Maxfield Report and started his career in the cattle hide and leather industry in December 1991, trading cattle hides for the world's largest meatpacker Iowa Beef Processors (now Tyson Fresh Meats). Ken traded hides for nearly eleven years, progressing to the position of Sales Manager. It was during his time trading hides Ken earned the respect of his colleagues, while obtaining invaluable market and product information regarding cattle hides and leather. In October of 2002, Ken departed Tyson to pursue a job as a market analyst responsible for reporting on cattle hides and leather for The Jacobsen Publishing Company. Over the course of the next six years, Ken further developed his extensive global network of contacts, while evolving the reports he published into the most widely read reports in the industry. In September of 2008, Ken created The Maxfield Report and it is Ken's breadth of knowledge of the business and his market contacts, which has allowed him to be considered the world's leading authority on cattle hide and leather prices.


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Ken Maxfield, our Editor-in-Chief, brings nearly twenty years of experience trading and reporting on cattle hides and is considered one of the industry's leading experts.
Ken has established an untarnished reputation. His numerous global contacts and market expertise allows The Maxfield Report to offer a unique trader's perspective without the bias that comes with having a market.


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Ken Maxfield at 712-943-3333 or ken@thejacobsen.comKen Maxfield- Managing Editor, Market Analyst & Writer since 2002.Mr. Maxfield brings fifteen years of meatpacking experience to the Jacobsen, working mainly in the domestic and international trade of hides and semi-processed leather.Prior to joining the Jacobsen, he was employed by IBP Inc., part of the Tyson Food family, and most recent position was Manager of Hide Sales.He will draw upon his relationships within the industry and his eleven years of hide trading experience to provide a thorough analysis of hide and leather markets worldwide.Ken is responsible for price discovery, market analysis and commentary for The Daily North American Hide Bulletin and Price Guide, as well as the weekly International Hide Bulletin and Price Guide and publishing our weekly Sausage Casing Bulletin. ken@thejacobsen.com


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