Cattle Industry Responds to New Trade Agreement With Japan

The U.S. and Japan have reached a deal on beef tariffs.

The agreement should increase exports in an effort to meet growing demand, and it also lowers the chances of Japan imposing higher tariffs in the future.

The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s Kent Bacus spoke with RFD-TV’s Janet Adkison about what the agreement entails, what the safeguards mean for U.S. producers, how big of a market this is for U.S. beef, what is next for the deal and when it will come into effect.

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