(Adds Tyson earnings)
By Tom Polansek
CHICAGO, Nov 13 (Reuters) - Americans are losing their taste for chicken and eating more beef and pork as President Donald Trump's trade wars reduce U.S. pork exports to China and Mexico and leave cheaper bacon and ribs at home.
An expansion in the number of U.S. hogs and cattle is contributing to the change in diets by boosting supplies of pork and beef. Restaurants are seizing on the increases to promote hamburgers instead of chicken, while grocery stores have featured pork.
(Updates with comments from Senator Grassley in paragraph 9)
By Humeyra Pamuk
WASHINGTON, Nov 13 (Reuters) - U.S. soybean farmer Mike Schlosser does not expect President Donald Trump’s trade war with China, the single biggest headwind to his business, to end any time soon. But he is among many in farm country who expect at least some good news this year - in the form of a new Farm Bill.
(Adds judges pay rise approval, context)
By Mateus Maia
BRASÍLIA, Nov 7 (Reuters) - Brazil's President-elect Jair Bolsonaro faced the first setback in his plans to reduce the country's massive deficit on Wednesday, as the Senate approved a 16 percent pay rise for the judiciary against his wishes.
The far-right politician was elected last month on a wave of anger over corruption and economic recession, which he and many voters blamed on the leftist Workers Party's long reign in power.