Group sets requirements for Canadian cattle
The Livestock Marketing Association has called for the U.S. border to
remain closed to Canadian cattle and beef until USDA meets three
According to a resolution passed by LMA’s Board of Directors, at its
recent annual meeting in Austin, TX, the border should remain closed
unless and until:
• There is full implementation of mandatory country-of-origin labeling
• there is resumption of U.S. cattle/beef trade with Japan, Mexico ...
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