Fed cattle prices reach ‘unprecedented’ highs during drought
KAY LEDBETTER/Texas AgriLife Extension Service
Though seasonal ups and downs are to be expected, fed-cattle prices are being driven to unprecedented levels by several factors this year, said Dr. David Anderson, Texas AgriLife Extension Service livestock economist.
AgriLife Extension Service November 23, 2011 3,306 views Post a comment
By Robert Burns
Fueled by declining beef production due to the drought and booming exports, fed-cattle prices soared to “unprecedented” levels, according to a Texas AgriLife Extension Service expert. . . .
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