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Cattle Owners Hope High Prices Offset Effects of Mad Cow
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Cattle Owners Hope High Prices Offset Effects of Mad Cow

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Cattle Owners Hope High Prices Offset Effects of Mad Cow

Cattle Owners Hope High Prices Offset Effects of Mad Cow
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The Agriculture Department has announced a second case of mad cow disease in the United States. Cattle owners are hoping high domestic beef prices will offset any decline in consumption.

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