SPRINGDALE, Ark. — A weak dollar will probably lead to an increase in beef and pork exports next year, which will, in turn, cause domestic supplies to decline and ultimately lead to rising prices in the U.S. as well, according to executives at Tyson Foods, who spoke with analysts during the company's fourth-quarter earnings call last week. “We'll see domestic availability of protein in those two species drop going forward, unless we see a major trend change there,” said Jim Lochner, Tyson's ...
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