Where's the beef? It's at the market, ready for your July Fourth barbecue, and so is the chicken. And both are almost sure to cost you more than last year.
Blame it partly on the drought last summer in the Southern Plains, which left chicken and beef in tight supply this year. Another factor: growth in demand for poultry both here and abroad. Blame it also, experts say, on fuel and grain...
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