Beef prices rise as feed costs go up

Tobie Blanchard, Gautreaux, Craig, Pruitt, J. Ross

Beef Prices

Wholesale beef prices are at historically high levels. This may affect summer cookouts as consumers can expect to see higher prices at the grocery store. LSU AgCenter livestock economist Ross Pruitt said drought in the Midwest led to a shortage in hay and higher corn prices. This in turn is affecting beef prices.

 

5/17/2013 12:54:02 AM
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