NCBA Reports Beef Price Drop age retail prices for beef dropped a few cents in August, the National Cattlemen's Beef Association here reported. The average price of six cuts in August was $2.95 per pound, compared with $2.97 in July and $3.12 in August 1995, according to an NCBA statement. While the average price has remained relatively stable this summer, it is still among the lowest on record, the statement said. Notable fluctuations included a comparatively large drop in T-bone steak ...

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