Beef Producers to Attend Trade Meeting in South Korea

KOREA - Key officials with the National Cattlemen's Beef Association are heading to South Korea this weekend to support U.S. trade negotiators on priority issues for U.S. cattle producers in scheduled talks in Seoul next week.
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NCBA's Chief Economist Gregg Doud says negotiators from the United States and South Korea are expected to discuss details of the U.S.-South Korea Free Trade Agreement, as well as a science-based reopening of the Korean borders for U.S. beef.

"As a former Kansas farm kid who still owns cattle, I'm extremely proud to represent NCBA in Seoul on this important trade issue," says Doud. "We have the highest quality, safest beef in the world, and it's about time Korea recognized international trade guidelines."

Source: Wisconsin AgConnection
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