Limousin beef heifers in a field© Design Pics Inc/Rex/Shutterstock
An EU trade deal that includes Brazilian and Argentine beef could severely hurt European farmers, industry leaders across Europe have warned.  Producers complain the continent could be flooded with cheaply produced meat, under the EU’s deal with five South American nations. This would dent farmgate prices and hurt farmers’ incomes.  Negotiating teams from the EU and the Mercosur group of nations will make offers of market access on 11 May, hoping to strike a deal after 17 years of on-and-off […]
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