Update on major E. coli study in beef

Dec 27, 2013
Less than two years into a sweeping five-year study focused on prevention of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli in beef, researchers at Kansas State University and elsewhere are making progress on several fronts, according to Randy Phebus, K-State Professor of Animal Sciences and Industry.

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