Why Brazil Meat Scam Didn't Open Doors to U.S. Beef

April 11, 2017 08:48 AM
 
 

Exports for both beef and pork have been flexing their muscles in the market, and DuWayne Bosse of Bolt Marketing says that’s because of high consumer confidence coupled with a strong Dow.

After the Brazilian meat scandal, there were high hopes that China might open a door to U.S. beef, but Bosse explains why that didn’t happen.

Watch Bosse discuss why he’s nervous about the cattle market short-term on AgDay above.

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