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Imports of Feeder Cattle: Mexican Up, Canadian Down

Significantly higher volumes of Mexican imported feeder cattle were noted the last two weeks of May and throughout June which offset the lower volumes recorded through the first 4.5 months of the year.

Mexico becomes the first country to approve the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Free Trade Agreement.
Mexico Approves USMCA

Mexico becomes the first country to approve the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Free Trade Agreement.

Two Hurdles Leaped for U.S. Beef, More To Do, Says NCBA's Woodall

“Friday was a big day for us in the beef business,” said Colin Woodall, vice president of regulatory affairs for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, told AgriTalk host Chip Flory on Monday.

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.

“There's no other market that can absorb the beef volume and the value of what we're selling into Japan,” Kent Bacus, director of trade and market access for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), stressed. “We have to have a trade agreement that will level the playing field for us."
Trade, COOL, Japan: Kent Bacus On NCBA Policy Priorities On AgriTalk

“There's no other market that can absorb the beef volume and the value of what we're selling into Japan,” said Kent Bacus, NCBA director of trade and market access. “We have level the playing field."

A Border Patrol agent monitors the U.S.-Mexican border near Nogales, Arizona.
Drovers Readers Voice Opinions on Border Security

Readers of Drovers share their thoughts on a border wall through story and Facebook comments. Here is just a sampling of what farmers and ranchers are saying.

A wreck in southern Mexico involving a truck hauling cattle and a semi carrying more than 100 undocumented Central American migrants resulted in one person dying and cattle being scattered.
Trucks Carrying Migrants And Cattle Collide in Mexico

A wreck in southern Mexico involving a truck hauling cattle and a semi carrying more than 100 undocumented Central American migrants resulted in one person dying and cattle being scattered. 

As the debate on border security intensifies see how two Arizona ranch families view the issue of securing the border from the frontline.
Arizona Ranchers Share Experience with Border Security

As the debate on border security intensifies see how two Arizona ranch families view the issue of securing the border from the frontline.