$1.20 Cattle and $25 Tenderloin
Mar 14, 2018

Mark McCully, Vice President of Production, Certified Angus Beef LLC, explains the cost difference between $1.20 cattle and $25 tenderloins. 



 

$1.20 Cattle and $25 Tenderloin

$1.20 Cattle and $25 Tenderloin

Mark McCully, Vice President of Production, Certified Angus Beef LLC, explains the cost difference between $1.20 cattle and $25 tenderloins.... More
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