Mexican cattle are worried about America’s zoo
Mexico City /
After United States reclassified animal health status in bovine tuberculosis without prior review And brucellosis in various regions of Mexico National Association of Livestock Organizations (CNOG) expressed its concern and expressed surprise at the amendments.
CNOG Mexican government’s decision supportedThrough the National Agrifood Health, Safety and Quality Service (Senasica), to invite the Plant and Animal Sanitary Inspection Service of the United States Agriculture Department (APHIS-USDA) to reconsider the decision.
“Within the export of agri-food sector, Beef is one of the best-selling products after beer, Avocados and tomatoes, so that barriers to entry into the United States would not only negatively affect the balance of trade, but would also affect more than 800 thousand national livestock producers, ”said Oswaldo Chazaro Montalvo, president of the organization.
Through a statement, the director revealed that D. CNOG held work meetings with Senasika and officials Agriculture Secretary (Sadar), chaired by Victor Virlobos, agreed that the decision was made without giving room for a deeper technical analysis, as the measure would come into force from 16 April this year.
“It is not understood that the risk of zoos can be argued When the average annual export of 2019-2020 was one lakh three hundred thousand head and only one Mexican animal was sent to the US, all of them presented a positive analysis, ”he indicated.
He said that the CNOG urged their North American counterpart, the National Catalanus Beef Association, (NCBA), to reconsider the measure and support their solidarity and support before their federal right to respect the fair and equitable commercial exchange of livestock products between the two Will demand Countries.
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