Tyson takes lead with Zilmax ban, higher beef prices may follow
When top U.S. meat packer Tyson Foods abruptly announced it would stop buying cattle fed with a widely used drug that can add more than 30 pounds to the average steer, the implications for markets were clear: less meat, higher prices.
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#1 Aug 9, 2013
i got different opinion for that. Tyson may wants to reduce the price of beef. For example. Tyson is the company who occupied 23% market in US, and then in near future there will be plenty of zilmax beef all around the country in us, which would influence on beef price get down...
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