Seminars to promote new slaughter options for Washington meat producers

Aug 7, 2009
Consumers cravings for local food products doesnt stop with tomatoes and berries from the farmersĀ“ market. Washingtons ranchers continue to enjoy growing demand for locally grown steaks, chops and roasts. The challenge lies in the lack of cost-effective local slaughter options that meet federal food safety requirements.

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