Nicaragua: Cattlemen After Venezuelan Market

The Nicaraguan Chamber of Meat Trade is looking to expand beef exports in 3,000 additional tons.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

The president of the National Cattlemen Nicaragua (Conago), René Blandon stated that if successful, beef exports to that country would reach 22 tons per year.

"Conago also hopes to improve the livestock value. Blandon said that 'the price they are paying in Venezuela, which is $ 1.30 per kilo, is better than other markets including Central America and Puerto Rico. That makes it attractive and stimulates the small farmer," stressed Blandon, according to La Prensa.

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