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Friday 06/06/14

Bad Dreams Not Entirely Forgotten
BSE seemed to rear its ugly head again this week. But, thankfully, the markets were not affected.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 2:36PM CDT 06/06/14 by John Harrington | Post a Comment
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BSE and other terrible diseases are out there. The U.S. beef industry really needs precise traceability from the grocery store all the way back to farm/ranch and the breeding stock that produced the animal. We cannot afford not to have this system in place. But we go on with some false sense of misplaced security that what we have is adequate.
Posted by JAMES WINELAND at 6:35AM CDT 06/09/14
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