Tuesday, August 21, 2012

AgMinute for Aug. 21, 2012

The market impact of USDA's plan to buy $170 million worth of meat to "relieve pressure" on drought-stricken livestock producers will likely be minor and short-lived, economists say. And it won't impact high feed costs that are keeping many producers from making a profit.

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