U.S. beef exports are expected to grow substantially over the next five years. North Dakota Beef Commission director and Hensler, North Dakota rancher Clark Price says there is potential for export growth to China. “As we all know, China has the African swine fever issue with their hog herd. Therefore, that’s a protein demand they can’t supply domestically,” says Price. “They’re going to have to source that protein from outside of China, so we’re hopeful we’ll get some market share on the beef side.” Price recently attended the Cattle Industry Convention in San Antonio. Hear more in this RRFN interview.