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Mexican cattle ban expanded
states affected, others being probed.
USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has expanded
the ban on live cattle imports from Mexico to two states, with several
other states under review for adhering to appropriate TB eradication protocol.
Last Wednesday APHIS announced that cattle from the Mexican state of Chiapas
would be not be allowed into the U.S. until it corrected its TB t...
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