Cattle buyers could be more susceptible to prosecution under new Concerted Practices laws

Cattle buyers who signal to competitors what they plan to pay for cattle or how many cattle they plan to buy, without actually entering into an agreement or making a commitment to act a certain way, could fall foul of new competition laws passed this week. The post Cattle buyers could be more susceptible to prosecution under new Concerted Practices laws appeared first on Beef Central.

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Cattle buyers could be more susceptible to prosecution under new Concerted Practices laws