For the first time in 15 years, Japan is opening its market to U.S. lamb. Japan shut down access to its market in 2003 when BSE was identified in the U.S. cattle herd. Japan’s lamb imports reached a record value of $168 million last year with Australia and New Zealand supplying nearly all of that product.
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