Recent Stories by USMEF
Nov 12, 2018 by USMEF
Conley Nelson, a pork producer from Algona, Iowa, was elected USMEF chairman at USMEF's Strategic Planning Conference. Cevin Jones of Eden, Idaho, who operates Intermountain Beef, a custom feedlot, is chair-elect.
Nov 07, 2018 by USMEF
While Colombia's domestic pork production has been steadily growing in recent years, it cannot keep with the rapid growth in consumption - which creates excellent opportunities for the U.S. industry.
Nov 07, 2018 by USMEF
USMEF opened its annual conference with a status report on the current state of U.S. beef, pork and lamb exports, followed by a discussion of trade policy issues shaping the outlook for exports in 2019 and beyond.
Nov 01, 2018 by USMEF
The U.S. and Phillippines have made good progress on several key trade issues of specific interest to the U.S. red meat industry.
Oct 23, 2018 by USMEF
After recent seminar with Mexican meat industry officials, USMEF says education of inspectors is key to keeping meat trade open with Mexico.
Oct 04, 2018 by USMEF
Leaders from the National Pork Board's International Marketing Committee, and staff of the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF), just returned from a series of industry visits in Singapore, Vietnam, Hong Kong and Macau.
Sep 11, 2018 by USMEF
There is excellent opportunities to grow U.S. beef exports to the European Union, if regulations change.
Sep 07, 2018 by USMEF
Led by South Korea, Japan, Taiwan and Latin America markets, July beef exports climbed 12% in volume to 116,575 mt, valued at $722 million – up 16% from a year ago and just slightly below the May 2018 record.
Sep 05, 2018 by USMEF
Included in the tariff relief package was additional support for the Agricultural Trade Promotion Program.
Aug 28, 2018 by USMEF
With China being by far the world's largest pork-producing and pork-consuming country, ASF's entry into China is certainly an issue of major concern for China's massive pork industry.
Aug 21, 2018 by USMEF
While the U.S. captures a dominant share of Mexico's imported pork and beef market, the U.S. industry cannot take this position for granted.