Prices riseing and falling is the American way as long as it's based soley on supply and demand without intentional interference. Other considerations not withstanding,cattle prices will drop and stay during drought then recover and remain up after feed and pasture comes back. I would call that normal. If I had a flowing spring in Southwest Texas that produced more water than I could use and I charge my neighbor almost as much as it would cost him to truck in water,I call that profiteering rather than supply and demand. If USDA droped inspections and tariff on imported beef but strenghtened controls on domestic beef,domestic prices would drop and possiably crater while South American beef would rise. I call that Government doing what they consider a good job of shoring up globel economy.
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