Future for cattle producers looks bright, says CCA

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China’s decision to allow bone-in Canadian beef from cattle under 30 months of age is another positive sign for the industry, says the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association.

The move, expected to boost exports by $10 million per year, and the recent expansion of access to Mexico and Taiwan is increasing opportunities for Canadian beef producers, said CCA president Dan Darling.

“If we can also get the Trans-Pacific Partnership implemented and viable access to Europe, the long-term potential should send the right signal for beef producers to increase their herds. We can produce more beef with confidence if we know markets will be open to purchase it.”

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