Latest News From Argentina

Butchers unload carcasses of beef from a truck outside a butcher shop in Buenos Aires, Argentina, June 21, 2017.
Argentina's Crisis Is Great for Steak But Bad for Argentinian Ranchers

Argentinian cattlemen lose, exporters win as herds are sold off cheaply.

1 year ago
Officials in Argentina say they are close to signing an agreement with the U.S. that would allow two-way trade of fresh beef for the first time in nearly two decades.
Argentine-U.S. Beef Pact Near, Official Says

Officials in Argentina say they are close to signing an agreement with the U.S. that would allow two-way trade of fresh beef for the first time in nearly two decades.

2 years ago
Cash-Strapped Argentines Won't Give Up Their Beloved Beef

Argentines still much more carnivorous than richer Europeans as consumers skimp on bread, pasta and fuel but not protein.

2 years ago
A construction worker cooks lunch for his crew in Buenos Aires.
Cash-Strapped Argentines Won't Give Up Their Beloved Beef

Argentines still much more carnivorous than richer Europeans as consumers skimp on bread, pasta and fuel but not protein.

2 years ago
Argentina's Herd to Decline by Up to 1 Million Cattle Due to Drought

Argentina’s herd will shrink by up to 1 million head of cattle next year as ranchers facing scorched pastures after the worst drought in decades decide to slaughter females rather than grow their herds, analysts said.

2 years ago
A Mexican cattle broker looks at a group of spayed heifers before they cross the U.S.-Mexico border at Nogales, Sonora, Mexico.
Growth In the Mexican Cattle and Beef Industry

The U.S. is the biggest market for Mexican beef exports, accounting for 89% of that country's total exports in 2017. Mexico is also a major market for U.S. beef exports, taking 14.7% of total U.S. beef exports in 2017

2 years ago