DENVER — Contrary to published reports, industry experts said they do not expect beef prices at the retail level to be affected much as a result of regional storms that caused cattle prices to increase slightly. Similar storms in previous years did not have much effect on retail prices, said Joe Schuele, spokesman for the National Cattlemen's Beef Association here and Kevin Good, senior analyst at Englewood, Colo.-based Cattle-Fax, a member-owned information organization serving producers ...

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