Latest News From Exports

A feeder cattle auction in Northern Indiana.
Uncertainty is Impacting Cattle Prices

Cattle and beef markets have decreased from April highs with uncertainty in a variety of factors weighing on markets the past month. 

1 year ago
President Trumps 'Ups the Ante" by suggesting the U.S. should increase tariffs against China if a deal isn't reached soon.
Farmer Support For Trump Holds Strong And Steady

President Donald Trump remains in U.S. farmers’ good graces, according to the latest Farm Journal Pulse survey.

1 year ago
Drovers TV: U.S. Losing Ground in Japan Due to New Trade Deals

America’s largest foreign beef customer is shifting to other suppliers as new free trade agreements have created vast blocs excluding the U.S., offering lower tariffs on agricultural and industrial goods.

1 year ago
TPP Countries Gaining Foothold in Japanese Beef Market

Beef producing countries like Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Mexico are gaining greater access into Japan thanks to lowered tariffs, giving those exporters a significant advantage over U.S. beef producers.

1 year ago
Drovers TV: Global Beef Demand Growth

Global trade is helping with beef demand and countries like China will play an important role in years to come.

1 year ago
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
Japanese officials are considering lifting the 30-month age restriction on beef imported from the United States.
Japan May Remove BSE-Linked Age Restriction

Japanese officials are considering lifting the 30-month age restriction on beef imported from the United States.

2 years ago
John Phipps  says the outcome of Brazil's presidential election could change the supply curve for several commodities, but especially beef and soybeans.
Brazil's Election Outcome Could Change Supply Curve for Beef, Soybeans

President-elect Jair Bolsonaro, the winner of the runoff, promises to drastically roll back environmental regulations for agriculture, including speeding up deforestation, converting forests into range and cropland.

2 years ago