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Effort to expand livestock feed restrictions continues

Aug 15, 2005
—Draft plan under review The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced last week that it has made significant progress toward a change in policy for eliminating all bovine materials in livestock feed. FDA initially banned the feeding of bovine materials to cattle in 1997, but the rule did not cover certain feeding practices and left potential loopholes in the feed ban. The most serious concerns lie in the potential for cross contamination of feed during ...

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