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Drought could cost millions in lost exports

Aug 3, 2012
“The widespread drought has ultimately led to the worst pasture conditions in the past 15 years,” Good said. “The U.S. calf crop is down 800,000 head. The bottomline, when all is said and done, the cattle herd will decrease by about 500,000 head.

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