Dalton Dolbow drove cattle into the auction arena last week at the Mo-Kan Livestock Market in Passaic, Mo. Young cattlemen like Dolbow hope the high price of beef can help them get started. But, he says, “It’s not a sustainable market. If it’s all going up, it’s all going to come down.”
Dalton Dolbow drove cattle into the auction arena last week at the Mo-Kan Livestock Market in Passaic, Mo. Young cattlemen like Dolbow hope the high price of beef can help them get started. But, he says, “It’s not a sustainable market. If it’s all going up, it’s all going to come down.” Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
Dalton Dolbow drove cattle into the auction arena last week at the Mo-Kan Livestock Market in Passaic, Mo. Young cattlemen like Dolbow hope the high price of beef can help them get started. But, he says, “It’s not a sustainable market. If it’s all going up, it’s all going to come down.” Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

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