WASHINGTON — Inflation is quickly spreading from the energy market into the broader economy, and the situation may be even more challenging for meat and poultry producers, which faced a 41.8% increase in prepared animal feeds during the 12 months ending in July, according to a release from the National Turkey Federation, the American Meat Institute and the National Chicken Council. Representatives from those groups issued another call to Congress to reduce or eliminate ethanol mandates, ...

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