Beef Prices Set Record Highs U.S. beef prices are at record highs, and restaurants and groceries are passing that higher cost along to consumers. Experts in the field predict even higher prices are on the way, as the supply of high-grade cattle is dwindling. NPR's Michele Norris speaks with Louis Moore, a professor of agricultural economics at Penn State University.
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Beef Prices Set Record Highs

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U.S. beef prices are at record highs, and restaurants and groceries are passing that higher cost along to consumers. Experts in the field predict even higher prices are on the way, as the supply of high-grade cattle is dwindling. NPR's Michele Norris speaks with Louis Moore, a professor of agricultural economics at Penn State University.