Canadians close “over-30-month” probe

Sep 5, 2005
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) last week said it has concluded its investigation into the over-30-month bovine animal that entered the U.S. and was processed as if it was an under-30-month animal. The agency announced it has suspended the accreditation of the veterinarian who inspected the suspect animal and that it will suspend issuing any more export certificates to the exporter that shipped the animal. Names of the veterinarian and the exporter were no...

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