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The 2019 beef production forecast was raised by 88 million pounds from the previous month to 27 billion pounds. The increase was based on a faster-than-expected pace of fed cattle slaughter and greater expected cow slaughter.

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The European Parliament, the legislative body of the European Union (EU), voted to allow the U.S. a larger share of the current 45,000-ton quota, beginning in 2020.

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USMCA moves forward

After a year of debate and negotiations, the Trump administration and U.S. House Democrats have finally reached an agreement on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), needed to make it ready for ratification from Congress. 

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Winter has already reached many ranches across the country.

In a recent online poll, Progressive Cattle wanted to know how ready ranchers' tires were for winter.  We asked, "What do your pickup tires look like right now?"

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October beef exports totaled 108,017 metric tons (MT), an 8% decline from last year's large volume, while export value ($649.1 million) was down 11%. Through the first 10 months of 2019, beef exports were down 2.5% in volume (1.1 million MT) and value ($6.75 billion) from last year's record pace.

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