Cattlemen Optimistic About ‘Progress’ in Washington D.C.

Greater access to markets in Japan, China and Europe should bode well for American beef producers, according to a report posted today by Capital Press of Salem, OR.

A spokesman for NCBA said that “congressional funding to increase roundups and fertility control” will hopefully avoid “producers go[ing] out of business in the areas where these horses are exploding in population.”

The industry is also pushing for labeling laws and standards of identity for beef and its alternatives, in view of growing consumer interest in meat substitutes.

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