Did You Ever Think You'd See $1.50 Fat Cattle?

Marshall, Troy
January 2014
Beef Expert Blog;1/23/2014, p7
Blog Entry
The article talks about cattle prices in the U.S. which continue to soar as of January 23, 2014. It highlights the strength of beef demand which is expected to increase by two percent in 2013. It attributes the increased demand for beef to the return of the Japanese market with the removal of the age-restriction barrier, and advises cattle farmers to be bullish regarding their ability to sustain these price levels for quite some time.


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