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New Mexico BQA program moves online
New Mexico State University announced changes recently in its long
running beef quality assurance (BQA) certification program, offering the
training for beef and dairy producers online for the first time.
“This definitely increases accessibility to the program,” said Clay
Mathis, an NMSU Extension livestock specialist. “By putting this program
online, our hope is to get many more people educated on the importance
of becoming beef quality assurance train...
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