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anyone heard anything about the american border opening to canadian critters? I have been heraing talk of it
 

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Anonymous":3bjwfe2k said:
anyone heard anything about the american border opening to canadian critters? I have been heraing talk of it

The best thing we ever did was close the Canadian border. Granted cattle prices aren't a direct result of it but it darn sure has helped.
 

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Anonymous":2rrrpl16 said:
anyone heard anything about the american border opening to canadian critters? I have been heraing talk of it

The border regulations were relaxed on Monday allowing boxed bone in beef to be imported as well as the boneless. The Canadians, packers, and the packers-buddy NCBA are fighting hard to open the border- and USDA will probably give in.

Too bad that U.S. consumers choice (Country of Origin Labeling), U.S. herd health, and the U.S. producers ability to make a living take second place to the big packer conglomerates money in the eyes of the USDA and NCBA.
 

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Oldtimer":31zij5ym said:
Anonymous":31zij5ym said:
anyone heard anything about the american border opening to canadian critters? I have been heraing talk of it

The border regulations were relaxed on Monday allowing boxed bone in beef to be imported as well as the boneless. The Canadians, packers, and the packers-buddy NCBA are fighting hard to open the border- and USDA will probably give in.

Too bad that U.S. consumers choice (Country of Origin Labeling), U.S. herd health, and the U.S. producers ability to make a living take second place to the big packer conglomerates money in the eyes of the USDA and NCBA.

Amen

Craig-TX
 

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