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Increased numbers of open beef cows coming to market

The disastrous weather in 2019 is having a long-lasting effect on livestock producers. More open beef cows are coming to market as a result of breed back problems in herds in the region.

The disastrous weather in 2019 is having a long-lasting effect on livestock producers. More open beef cows are coming to market as a result of breed back problems in herds in the region.

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