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Approximately one month after USDA experts returned from their
investigative mission to Canada in which they sought to determine the
effectiveness of that country’s ruminant-to-ruminant feed ban, the
agency released an official report of the findings. Overall, USDA found
Canada to be in compliance and just as proficient as the U.S. with a
similar feed ban. The results answered many of the industry’s questions
that arose after two cows from separate herds w...
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