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Harrington's Sort & Cull
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Mon Jan 19, 2015 05:39 PM CST

SAN DIEGO -- There doesn't seem to be an easy fix for the U.S. in getting around its Country-of-Origin Labeling problem with Canada.

Canadian Cattlemen's Association President Dave Solverson, a rancher and feeder from Alberta, was at the American Farm Bureau Federation's annual meeting this week along with John Masswohl, CCA's director of international relations.

Canada had a booth at the convention promoting U.S.-Canadian trade as well, which touted the "integrated supply chain" between the two countries when it comes to agriculture. A Canadian government handout at the booth also showed the threatened retaliatory tariffs by Canada would risk trade ...

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