The House Ways & Means Committee hears from farmers who still say that, despite free trade deals with Mexico and Canada, some products still blocked.
House Committee hears from witnesses who call for better trade enforcement, and keeping tariffs. Meanwhile, de minimis trade rule in the crosshairs again.
U.S. farmer associations push for more trade deals in Senate hearing on agriculture.
Why are American public schools putting imported apple juice, Chinese peaches and Russia-sourced pollock on the menu?
Two Democrats and Two Republicans will introduce legislation in September that would make it mandatory to label where beef sold in American grocery stores really comes from.
CPA supports country of origin labeling for beef. That wasn’t top of mind for the Congress this week. But both Houses recognized in hearings on Wednesday that corporate control and centralization is bad for small to midsized ranchers.
Two Senators, one Democrat and one Republican, make a desperate plea to others in the Senate to get the Attorney General to investigate a meat packing monopoly they say is substituting American beef for cheaper imports. Yet, prices still rising.
A look at the destructive pricing pressures on American cattle ranchers, and the minority and tribal groups that depend on them. Are we outsourcing cattle ranching in the name of climate change?