Economics Research Institute Study Paper
Utah State University Department of Economics
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This note addresses the issue of countercyclical strategies in the beef-cattle industry. It also attempts to clarify and comment on several issues raised by Hamilton and Kastens (2000) in their article entitled "Does Market Timing Contribute to the Cattle Cycle?"
Aadland, David and Bailey, DeeVon, "Marketing Timing and the Cattle Cycle: A Clarification" (2000). Economic Research Institute Study Papers. Paper 191.