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Where's the Beef?

Beef prices usually go up during the summer — but this year, it's not just seasonal. Texas is dealing with a smaller cattle herd, and as Erika Aguilar of KUT News reports, some say it's because we're losing ranchers.

Cattle waiting to be sold at Lockhart Auction
Beef prices usually go up during the summer — but this year, it's not just seasonal. Texas is dealing with a smaller cattle herd, and as Erika Aguilar of KUT News reports, some say it's because we're losing ranchers.

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