Australian flooding provides big boost to U.S. cattle prices
The fed cattle markets last week looked likely to benefit directly from the global nature of beef trade. Heavy rains have caused severe flooding in portions of Australia. The flooding shut down the port of Brisbane, Australia, which is responsible for shipping much of the beef from the states of Queensland and New South Wales to
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