Following a tremendous spring rally, the beef cattle market has recently slowed due to increased production and decreased demand, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert Dr. David Anderson.
Anderson, AgriLife Extension livestock economist in College Station, Texas, said domestic and export demand had been high, but fed cattle prices have fallen over the last couple of weeks as domestic demand slowed during the “dog days of summer.”
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