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Harvest cutbacks and storm market provide boost.
Packing plants last week greatly reduced kill levels as a result of poor
weather which has been hampering the Plains since mid-December. That
weather caused mud, ice and significant weight loss in feedlots and
prevented cattle shipments from making their way to packers. As a
result, there were reports of dark plants, including National Beef, and
last week’s kills were very light. Last Monday’s harvest...
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