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  • Nov 21, 2013
    blog

    Both Beef Exports And Quality Are Seeing Surprising Growth

    No one wants to see per-capita consumption of beef fall, but a lower number isn’t necessarily a bad thing if we’re exporting product at a higher price point than what we can get domestically....More
  • Nov 7, 2013
    blog

    Russia: The Great Bear Is Getting Ready To Growl 3

    Russians have been aggressive players in buying both commercial and seedstock genetics from the U.S. in an effort to expand their cattle industry. Based on what I saw on a recent trip there, don’t be surprised if Russia doesn’t soon emerge as a formidable competitor in the global beef marketplace....More
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    Oct 1, 2013
    Commentary

    Chinese Beef Market Surging; U.S. Locked Out 5

    The North American Meat Association (NAMA)reported this week that Canadian beef exports to China totaled 10,088 tons for the first half of this year. That’s triple the year-ago amount for Canada and illustrates how beef demand in China is booming....More
  • Aug 22, 2013
    video

    Beef Industry Future Looks Positive; China Key To Global Market Success

    The Chinese government is realizing that its goal of being 95% sufficient in all aspects of food production is unrealistic, and the opportunities for U.S. beef to go through the front door of the Chinese market are looking up....More
  • Aug 13, 2013
    blog

    mCOOL Is Dragging The U.S. Beef Industry Down 3

    When the WTO ruling went against the U.S., the expectation was that mCOOL would be significantly changed. But it just kept getting worse....More
  • May 14, 2013
    video

    How The Drought Impacted Mexico's Cowherd

    Much of Northern Mexico has experienced drought similar to what cattlemen in the Southern Plains and Southwest have endured. And just as in the U.S., Mexican cattlemen have liquidated herds significantly....More
  • Apr 25, 2013
    video

    How International Trade Impacts Your Ranch's Bottom LIne

    Nevil Speer, BEEF magazine columnist and professor at Western Kentucky University, discusses the many benefits that international trade brings to the ranch gate....More

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