Nebraska feedlots have about 6 percent fewer animals now than they did a year ago. That's at a time when the industry is being squeezed by the recession and relatively high input costs. But it's not clear whether that tighter supply will translate into higher prices at the meat counter. Clay Masters reports.
Will fewer beef cattle in Nebraska lead to higher meat prices?
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July 26, 2009 - 7:00pm