West Coast port slowdown hits pork exports hard
A labor dispute at ports on the West Coast is starting to bite into thriving U.S. agricultural exports, particularly pork, according to American Farm Bureau economist John Anderson.
"We send a lot of pork to Pacific Rim countries, and slowdowns in shipments to those markets have started to be felt by the industry," the economist said in an interview on Farm...
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