Texas and Southwest Cattle Raisers honored to be in attendance for USMCA signing
Leaders from the Texas and Southwest Cattle Raisers Association were on hand to see President Trump officially sign USMCA into law.
TRSCA President Robert McKnight Jr., Vice President G.Hughes Abell, Second Vice President Arthur Uhl III and TRSCA Director Missy Bonds were all in attendance.
“It was a tremendous honor to participate in the USMCA signing ceremony at the White House today. The large presence of cattlemen from across the country underscores just how vital this agreement is to our industry. Mexico and Canada are two of our most important trading partners, and preserving duty-free access to their consumers has been among our top priorities,” McKnight said. “It is clear that President Trump and everyone in his administration share that priority. They recognize the critical role American cattle producers play in our economy and everyday life, and I thank everyone involved for their hard work and perseverance.”
Texas has more cattle than any other state in the country.
You can see U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue’s statement here.