Longest cattle rally since 1960s burger boom ends
MEGAN DURISIN AND LYDIA MULVANY
Salt Lake City Tribune
A mountain of meat has ended the longest rally in U.S. cattle prices since at least the 1960s, when baby boomers and McDonald’s ushered in the American burger boom. Not only have ranchers added to their herds, but consumers are being inundated with increased supplies of cheaper pork and poultry.