Farm Outlook

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1952-03-01
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The 11 percent increase in the number of cattle on feed in the nation on January 1, 1952, will supply enough fed cattle on the market to put pressure on fat cattle prices until probably around May or early June. There is a normal tendency for fat cattle prices to go down during this season of the year as the proportion of the receipts made up of well-finished cattle rise.

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