U.S. beef exports increasing, but still face many barriers
While beef exports are poised for a record-setting year, there are still barriers limiting exports.
Keith Belk, a professor of animal science at Colorado State University, said non-tariff barriers and limited global trade restrict the potential for large global growth.
“About 4 percent of your customers actually reside in the United States,” Belk said at the Iowa Cattlemen’s Association’s (ICA) meeting recently. “Ninety-six percent of your potential growth lies outside the boundaries of the United States.”
That 96 percent comes into clearer focus when thinking about trade...
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