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Trade allows U.S. farmers and ranchers to capitalize on differences in consumer preference, and that’s just what a U.S. House subcommittee heard from a panel of ranchers this week. “I watched as consumers stood six, seven deep at the meat case, buying up U.S. beef,” said Kelley Sullivan, owner of Santa Rosa Ranch in Texas, of her recent visit of a Korean Costco. “They have to refill their meat case six times a day. It’s a tremendous market for us. And we enjoy that because of KORUS being in place.” (

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