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Cattle imports still slow

Aug 15, 2005
— Transportation shortage could linger. Daily volumes of cattle entering the U.S. from Canada have increased slightly during the first half of August, compared to mid-July data. However, market analysts said the impact to the U.S. cattle markets has still been minimal, at most, and could remain that way through the rest of the year. According to USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), 30,669 head of fed and feeder cattle entered the U.S....

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