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Canada proposes changes to import rules for U.S. beef
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced proposed regulations to
remove restrictions on beef imports. Restrictions were introduced
following the detection of bovine spongiform encephalopathy in
Washington state on Dec. 23, 2003.
Based on the guidelines of the World Organization for Animal Health, the
CFIA plans to permit the importation of live cattle born in 1996 or
later, beef from animals of any age from which specified risk material
has been removed and vari...
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