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No bull: Cattle prices reach record high, herd size lowest since 1950

On the record: A conversation with Dr. David Anderson
The number of Texas cattle are at a multidecade low at a time of strong demand and relatively high consumer prices. Dr. David Anderson, a Texas A&M University professor and extension economist, discusses with Dallas Fed economist Emily Kerr what’s driving the market, making even hamburger pricey.

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