AMARILLO, Texas -- A group of Texas cattlemen lost their court battle against popular talk-show host Oprah Winfrey last week, but the beef industry nevertheless claimed a moral victory, and one cattleman vowed to appeal the decision. e futures prices. The cattlemen claimed the crash cost them $11 million. Lisa Williams, a spokeswoman for the Texas Beef Council, told SN that her group, which was not a plaintiff, was disappointed by the jury's decision. However, she pointed out that Winfrey ...

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