Cost, price, value matter to U.S. consumers, too

Jan 4, 2014
When cattlemen get together, talk soon turns to prices. Yes, some will be on what the calves sold for or the price of fed steers. But quickly the conversation will shift to the other dollar figure—costs—what land prices have done or the cost to maintain a cow or the cost of gain in a feedlot.

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