Value to Fed Cattle

With 95 percent of the global population outside of the U.S., the checkoff promotes U.S. beef in more than 80 countries worldwide. Results in 2013 continue to be impressive, with U.S. beef exports during the first 10 months of the year up 11.7 percent in value and about 4.1 percent in volume compared to 2012. In the end, exports are adding about $251 in value per head of fed slaughter – up from about $227 in 2012. Get details here.

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The beef checkoff increases beef demand through promotion, research and new product development, and a variety of other marketing tools.