Lamb producers look to increase sales
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Industry officials say prices are starting to come down, and they hope that will increase the demand for lamb.
Producers have been struggling for more than a year now because of poor sales. California ranchers say they face increased competition from imported lamb.
The dry weather hasn't helped either since it's left fewer areas where sheep and lamb can graze.
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