As more countries re-open their markets to U.S. beef demand will increase for Canadian cattle coming to the U.S. in 2006, Dennis Laycraft, Canadian Cattlemen's Association executive director, told Agriculture Online on Monday.
Weary of watching Chicago Mercantile Exchange cattle
futures charts, more traders and market analysts are focusing on ideas beef
exports will recover, while bears see a sea of cattle pouring out of feedlots
this summer, resulting in futures price volatilit
Secretary of Agriculture Mike Johanns and U.S. Trade Representative Rob Portman announced that Korea and the United States have agreed on an initial import protocol, an important step in re-opening Korea's market to U.S. beef.