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South Dakota Governor signs beef marketing law
South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds hopes people across the nation and around
the world will soon walk into grocery stores and choose to pay more for
steaks that carry his state's seal of approval.
When they take those steaks home, they can visit an Internet site and
use codes on the labels to find out where the meat came from, even the
ranch where a calf was born. Electronic records will track the critters
from birth, through feedlots and to meatpacking plants.
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