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Cattle import rules clarified

Aug 8, 2005
— Condemnations feared by Canada. — More feeder cattle entering the U.S. Officials with USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) last week clarified that there are some differences between regulations regarding Canadian feeder and fed cattle. In addition, Canada’s concern that Canadian cattle could be condemned upon entering U.S. packing plants was not acknowledged by USDA officials. After saying that both fed and feeder cattle ...

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