Beef prices will likely rise for 2 years

The smallest cattle herd since the 1950s likely will mean higher beef prices at the supermarket for the next two years. Experts said beef prices could climb as much as 10 percent a year in 2012 and 2013, and the increase could be even greater if demand from other countries increases. TSCRA Director Richard Thorpe, Winters, also talks about how the drought has affected his herd and what his plans are for the future. Read more at the Washington Post…

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