USA: Livestock, pig farming, drought, gaps to export Mexican live cattle and communication

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Published Nov 21, 2023

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The United States Meat Exporters Federation (USMEF) face challenges in the livestock and pig farming industry, such as increasing grain prices and drought conditions. However, these challenges present an opportunity for Mexico to fill the gap in the US market by exporting livestock to cover the demand. The US has maintained a constant flow of beef to Mexico, while the pork industry has seen a positive scenario with an increase in marketing abroad, although they will have to face challenges in 2024 due to new regulations in California.
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Within the framework of the renewal of the steering committee of the United States Meat Exporters Federation (USMEF), its regional director for Mexico, Central America and the Dominican Republic, Gerardo Rodríguez Sánchez, spoke to us about the challenges faced by the livestock and pig farming during this year, how these affect our country. In the case of bovine production, the main challenges are represented by the increase in grain prices and adverse climatic conditions such as drought, factors that have led to the national herd being reduced in 2023 as a whole in an attempt to alleviate operating costs. Drought and challenges in livestock farming in the United States, an opportunity for Mexico and its livestock exports In turn, this indicates an important trade opportunity for Mexico, since the shortage of animals will cause a "gap" that will lead companies to import livestock from our country and pay higher prices to cover demand. This trend has already been observed ...
Source: Ganaderia
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