Word that China has joined a growing list of countries to impose temporary trade restrictions on beef imports from Canada has caused concern among some Alberta beef producers.
“I am very concerned. I hate to see it,” said Dave Durie of Duralta Farms east of Vegreville. “We finally got to where we are making a profit and people are so up and up about this deal.
“The cattle industry, you feel good about coming to a sale now and spending a dollar and everybody wants to spend a dollar. But it makes you nervous.” Click here to read more.
Note: CFIA advises that the Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) webpage has been updated.