Low cattle stock drives up beef prices 2 years in a row

Although American consumption has decreased, foreign exports for U.S. beef has increased by 22% last year and is a contributing factor to the estimated 4 – 5% price jump we will expect to
see this year.
Droughts have also been an issue that has resulted in very little feedstock for the cattle

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