By Whitney McFerron, Tony C. Dreibus and Elizabeth Campbell, Bloomberg |
August 23, 2012
The worst U.S. drought in a half century and record feed prices are spurring farmers to shrink cattle herds to the smallest in two generations, driving beef prices higher.
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