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Disease-related trade restrictions shaped animal product markets in 2004 and stamp imprints on 2005 forecasts
- Blayney, Don P. and United States Department of Agriculture. Economic Research Service.
- Animal industry -- United States, Trade regulation -- United States, Animal products -- United States, Avian influenza -- United States, trade regulations, animal products, avian influenza, bovine spongiform encephalopathy, United States, and Canada
- "Disease outbreaks and related trade restrictions that affected U.S. animal product markets and exports in 2003 continued to constrain markets in 2004. U.S. cattle and beef markets were most affected. Pork, dairy, and lamb markets did not face any direct disease issues but both U.S. and international outbreaks of Avian Influenza buffeted poultry markets. Forecasts of 2005 U.S. animal-products trade reflect expected market responses given the uncertainties surrounding cattle and beef markets in the United States."--Abstract.
- USDA, Economic Research Service
- USDA publications