The nation's record high production of beef, pork and poultry last year is expected to continue in 1995. As a result, the lower wholesale prices from the abundant supplies that appeared last year also are expected to continue, and are expected to give retailers further opportunity to move more meat. "We will have a mountain of meat well into next year," said Joe Leathers, director of retail marketing for the National Pork Producers Council, Des Moines, Iowa, last month. "We are at maximum ...

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