A bill designed to bring transparency to the cattle market is on the way to the U.S. Senate. The Cattle Contract Library bill passed Wednesday in the House with a 411-to-13 vote. Cattlemen currently do not have access to the contract terms offered by packers, leading to less leverage for small producers.
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