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What does this mean for long term cattle prices?
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Posted 11/16/2020 13:32 (#8610289 - in reply to #8609440)
Subject: RE: What does this mean for long term cattle prices?

Big Sky Country
redrobin - 11/16/2020 05:56

Gonna make it - 11/16/2020 01:24

i have voted for trump twice and have a flag in my yard and sticker on my window and eliminating cafos (even family owned......)would be the best thing for meat markets .. no more handouts and manipulation . let the market define the price not the government . let milk go too $50 and ground beef to $10 ! maybe then americans won't be so fat , including farmers and their subsidies including cfap and pp.... i post because i can .but it'll never change.. the next generation will expect more help than this generation has had .
wrong partly. CAF is efficient. That as lone makes us close to competitive with 3 rd wotld countries. If we have to raise grass fed beef were out of business. 10,000 per acre real estate can’t compete with free range Tanzania beef. I’m glad Biden didn’t win or we would have trouble. Trumps second term will be so much fun.[/QUOTE

J.F. K. Is still alive, he'll be interim president

T'rumps first term hasn't started yet, imagine he'll try to dodge it, but presidential pardons don't apply to state charges.

And strong cases are in N.Y. Bwaaa!

What kinda koolade did that serve you today? Might try drinking some water/ coffee first.
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