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Farmers and ranchers are calling for Congress to pass the American Beef Labeling Act so consumers always know where their meat is born and raised which was included in a requirement from 2011 to 2015 until the law was repealed. Opponents of country-of-origin labeling for beef include the World Trade Organization which says it is a trade barrier. Cattle rancher from Grass Range and President of the Montana Cattlemen’s Association Gilles Stockton says when that law was repealed prices in his community went from roughly $2.50 a pound to $1.50 a pound. They have stayed at that lower level since then.  

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