In the podcast below, John Masswohl of the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association and Kelvin Heppner discuss what happens next in the dragged-out COOL dispute resolution process, including when Canada could be in a position to implement retaliatory trade action against the U.S.
As well, with new developments surrounding Canada’s latest case of BSE, they also get into the trade implications of the infected cow being born in 2009 and the impact of South Korea suspending imports of Canadian beef.
- COOL on “Life Support,” as Canadian Delegation Returns From Washington
- If Canada Retaliates Against U.S. COOL, Could Proceeds Go to Hog and Cattle Farmers?
- CFIA Investigation Unveils Birthdate of Alberta BSE Case
- It’s Time to Bury the Shoot, Shovel and Shut Up Mentality