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Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water
Several generations of Oklahoma cattlemen have grown up with the fact that their breeding stock were going to need to be Bangs tested at the sale barn or when changing ownership. In 2009, however, this fact of life came to an end; no more sale barn testing for brucellosis.
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