Cordingley, Rod
November 2013
Farmers Weekly;11/22/2013, Vol. 159 Issue 46, p72
Trade Publication
The article discusses why livestock auctioneers in Great Britain should have sellers and buyers with profitable businesses. Topics discussed include prime cattle markets in Yorkshire, England, increasing raw material costs for butchers, and consequences of increasing the price of beef in the shop. Also highlighted is breeders' need for some assistance.


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