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Fed cattle prices reach ‘unprecedented’ highs during drought


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.


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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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