The beef complex has been able to generate $6.8 billion in exports through the first 10 months of the year, nearly $1 billion ahead of 2017. With two months of data yet to go, it’s clear 2018 will be an epic year for beef exports.
Demand for U.S. beef continues to climb in nearly every region of the world.
From Canada and Mexico to Europe and China, President Trump kept negotiators on the other side of the aisle, as well as the rest of the world, guessing.
Ag trade missions offer opportunities for exporters to explore new markets.
Banks says trade war will alter global trade flows in year ahead and beyond if it continues.
Without the Trans-Pacific Partnership, it’s essential that the U.S. and Japan negotiate a trade agreement that cuts the tariff rate on beef.