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Wagyu beef under threat

Calves in the auction arena at a livestock market in Chiba, east of Tokyo.

TOKYO -- Soaring calf prices are putting such strain on Japan's beef producers that the entire industry faces a potential crisis.

If sky-high beef prices start dipping, cattle breeders will find themselves operating in the red.

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