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Promoting U.S. red meat to the rest of the world is the job of the U.S. Meat Export Federation. That work continues even during geopolitical unrest and supply chain disruption. Dean Meyer is the new chairman of the U.S. Meat Export Federation. He’s also a farmer himself out of Iowa raising pork, beef, corn and soybeans. He says strong exports are critical regardless of how supply looks, especially since unwanted cuts here in the U.S., such as tongue, liver, and intestine, are valued in other parts of the world. Meyer also breaks down the global demand picture for U.S. red meat. He says free trade agreements would benefit the industry.
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