Cattle must be traceable to the U.S. birth farm using a unique identifier, or if imported to the first place of residence or port of entry;
Big Muddy rancher wrote:Gee our CCIA tag does that in Canada, Oldtimer used to tell us he had a paper trail on all the cattle in Montana
Seriously, it would probably be much simpler since they only have to be traced to the port of entry. They only seem interested in the US "birth farm". What has developed from the past reports of Canada being considered to renew exports directly to China?gcreekrch wrote:Big Muddy rancher wrote:Gee our CCIA tag does that in Canada, Oldtimer used to tell us he had a paper trail on all the cattle in Montana
LOL, maybe the US will use our cattle to fill the contracts.
The first boxes from Greater Omaha Packing went out Wednesday, June 14. Gov. Pete Ricketts and Nebraska Department of Agriculture Director Greg Ibach helped load the first boxes.
VB RANCH wrote:I called from Minnesota clear to Washington DC
trying to find out what would make my calves
eligible for export to China
NO one could tell me
no surprise I guess
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