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By Sarah L. Swenson
WLJ Associate Editor
Florida producers are cleaning up the aftermath from both hurricane Charley
and Frances and are hoping that hurricane Ivan stays at bay. It is uncertain
how much devastation was caused to the beef industry, but early predictions
are that 65 percent of all beef producers in the state were impacted by
these two hurricanes.
The reason that a devastation total can not be calculated yet is because
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