The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association will continue to improve the business climate for cattle producers in 2021. That, along with several other policy priorities, were established during the association’s Winter Business Meeting held virtually this past week. “There is no doubt the past year has been difficult for cattle producers. It’s crucial that we focus our attention on the legislative and regulatory areas that will give U.S. cattle producers the most added value,” said NCBA President Jerry Bohn. Other priorities for the coming year include ongoing COVID-19 recovery efforts; price discovery and transparency in the cattle markets; truthful labeling of plant-based or cell-grown proteins; and removal of non-tariff trade barriers. View the 2021 NCBA Policy Priorities here.
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