Zimbabwe's Beef Industry Can't Respond to U.S. Crisis Several years ago, cattle farmers in Zimbabwe would have been in a strong position to profit from the mad cow concerns over beef in the United States. But the government's seizure of commercial farms over the past three years has devastated the nation's commercial beef industry. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.
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Zimbabwe's Beef Industry Can't Respond to U.S. Crisis

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Zimbabwe's Beef Industry Can't Respond to U.S. Crisis

Zimbabwe's Beef Industry Can't Respond to U.S. Crisis

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Several years ago, cattle farmers in Zimbabwe would have been in a strong position to profit from the mad cow concerns over beef in the United States. But the government's seizure of commercial farms over the past three years has devastated the nation's commercial beef industry. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.

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