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Brazil beef set to boom, but Australia still streets ahead

<p>HOME to the world's largest beef cattle herd, Brazil is intent on lifting productivity to increase competitiveness in global beef markets. But according to a South American beef expert, it is unlikely to impact Australia's trade position in the medium term.</p>

Alex Paul
Brazil beef set to boom, but Australia still streets ahead

  Rabobank Brazil-based senior analyst Adolfo Fontes said the potential to increase beef production in Brazil was "huge" through improved genetics and grain-fed systems to boost carcase weights. "We...

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