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Phil Seng - The World's Changing Views of U.S. Livestock Agriculture

The World's Changing Views of U.S. Livestock Agriculture.

Jon Caspers (Chairman of the Board, United States Meat Export Federation) speaking on behalf of Phil Seng, United States Meat Export Federation Service.

NIAA 2009 Annual Meeting The Changing Face of Agriculture, March 31 - April 1, Louisville, Kentucky, USA.

BeefCast 0351, Deborah Perkins, Rabobank, tackles the recent developments in the global meat industry

BeefCast 0351 Show Notes:

  • Deborah Perkins, Rabobank, tackles the recent developments in the global meat industry at the recent TSCRA Annual Meeting

BeefCast 0350, The Current Cattle-Fax Outlook by Mike Miller, COO

BeefCast 0350 Show Notes:

  • Our 350th program features the current Cattle-Fax Outlook by Mike Miller, COO

BeefCast 0349, Global Economic Tour and Making Sense of the New Roadmap

BeefCast 0349 Show Notes:

  • Don Reynolds, Economist and Founder of 21st Century Forecasting, speaks on the Global Economic Tour and Making Sense of the New Roadmap

BeefCast 0339, Phil Seng highlights the good news on the export front

BeefCast 0339 Show Notes:

  • Phil Seng, President and CEO of the US Meat Export Federation, highlights the good news on the export front as well as what the future holds for US beef in the global marketplace

BeefCast 0323

BeefCast 0323 Show Notes:

  • Two international consumer perspectives from the International Livestock Congress: Ramon Lozano, Vice President of RYC Alimentos, and Monty Brown, Processing & Retail Consultant for US Meat Export Federation in the European Union

BeefCast 0304 for December 3 2008

BeefCast 0304 Show Notes:

  • Vincent Amanor-Boadu, economist, shares his thoughts on what has lead our nation into a recession and what actions should be taken to get us out of it.

BeefCast 0303 for December 2 2008

BeefCast 0303 Show Notes:

  • Canadian correspondent Bruce Cochrane shares this news conference on action by Canada to bring the U.S. Country of Origin Labeling law before the World Trade Organization.
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