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Beef Demand Increased in 2004
Cornhusker Economics
  • Dillon Feuz, Panhandle Research and Extension Center, Scottsbluff NE
Date of this Version
Published in Cornhusker Economics, 02/23/2005. Produced by the Cooperative Extension, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
Beef demand increased about 8-10 percent in 2004. What does that really tell us and how is beef demand measured? For cattle producers, how does an increase in beef demand impact the price for fed cattle, feeder cattle and calves? The objective of this article is to answer those questions.
Citation Information
Dillon Feuz. "Beef Demand Increased in 2004" (2005)
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