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Guest Opinion

Sep 19, 2008
Livestock producers who have been following the activities of the Board of Livestock are well aware of concerns and frustrations I have expressed at meetings over the past three years. It’s gotten to a point where I feel compelled to set the record straight. Members of the Board of Livestock sign an oath when we take office. We are legally bound to represent the livestock industries which fund the vast majority of the department’s work, and our mandated mission is to serve the lives...

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