Japan: Japan Increases Livestock Producer Support Ahead of Trade Agreement

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The Japanese Cabinet approved new support programs for livestock producers under the 2019 supplementary budget aimed at increasing beef and dairy cow numbers. The new programs include payments to producers who expand the number of cows retained for breeding purposes. These new programs are expected to be implemented shortly after entry into force of the U.S.-Japan Trade Agreement.

Japan: Japan Increases Livestock Producer Support Ahead of Trade Agreement

 

 

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