U.S. Beef Industry: Cattle Cycles, Price Spreads, and Packer Concentration
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- Matthews, Kenneth H. Jr & Hahn, William F. & Nelson, Kenneth E. & Duewer, Lawrence A. & Gustafson, Ronald A., 1999. "U.S. Beef Industry: Cattle Cycles, Price Spreads, and Packer Concentration," Technical Bulletins 184374, United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service.
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Keywordscattle cycles; price spreads; packer concentration; cattle slaughter; steer and heifer slaughter; cow slaughter; Livestock Production/Industries;
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