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    APHIS Amends BSE Minimal-Risk Rule

    APHIS Amends BSE Minimal-Risk Rule This week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) published an interim rule to amend Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) Minimal-Risk Regions and Importation of Commodities rule. The interim rule, published...
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    Canadian government toppled

    Canadian government toppled by no-confidence vote Tuesday, November 29, 2005 Posted: 0109 GMT (0909 HKT) Opposition leader Stephen Harper speaks to supporters after the Paul Martin no-confidence vote Monday. Canada (CNN) -- After months of political instability, the government of...
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    Irish Government an EU levels on the issue of Brazilian beef

    Why Has Govt Turned Blind Eye to Brazilian Beef Irregularities? – Naughten Speaking after a visit today (Tuesday) to the Mohill Agricultural Show in Co Leitrim to promote the Fine Gael campaign to end large retailer rip-offs on basic foodstuffs, the Party’s Agriculture Spokesperson, Denis...
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    International Federation Agricultural Producers want Access

    Wisconsin Farmers Union President, Sue Beitlich has just returned from the International Federation of Agricultural Producers (IFAP) executive meetings in Uruguay. Beitlich is one of nine executive members of the Committee on Women in Agriculture and the only one from the United States. A total...
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    WELCOME FOR BEEF LABELLING CONSULTATION

    WELCOME FOR BEEF LABELLING CONSULTATION NFU Scotland has warmly welcomed the publication of proposals to require beef sold in restaurants and other food outlets to be clearly labelled with the country of origin. NFUS has consistently argued that the desire of consumers to know the origin of...
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    Shipping heifers to the U.S. has dire consequences

    Shipping heifers to the U.S. has dire consequences without complete source Verification Records Harry Siemens - At least three live cattle exporters and two veterinarians wish they hadn’t exported heifers from Manitoba to the United States because some of the heifers were pregnant. According...
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    Need More Research Veterinarians, Better Coordination

    Given that the complex, rapidly growing global food system contributes to the spread of new diseases into the United States, the committee urged the U.S. to enter into new agreements with other countries and international organizations to create global systems for preventing and detecting...
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    Near record beef prices in Japan

    MLA [3 Jul 2005] Near record beef prices in Japan With US beef and offal imports absent from the Japanese market, combined with disrupted supply of chicken due to Avian influenza outbreaks both in Japan and other key chicken suppliers to the Japanese market, such as China, prices on...
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    Under Secretary for Food Safety

    Nebraskan confirmed Under Secretary at USDA Friday, July 1, 2005, 5:17 PM by Cyndi Young-Puyear The U.S. Senate Friday afternoon confirmed Dr. Richard Raymond as Under Secretary for Food Safety at the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The unanimous vote was welcomed by fellow Nebraskan, USDA...
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    Traceback of Animals and Food for Safety

    When it come to traceback of animals and food there is a World Standard and the leader is http://foodnavigator.com/news/ng-nocache.asp?id=60965
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    RFID and PIDC Link up in True Traceback System

    RFID and PIDC Link up in True Traceback System press release; RFID tagging wastes your time and money without ScoringAg’s Web-based WorldWide databank and Site-Specific Recordkeeping™. (PRWEB) June 27, 2005 -- The expense and effort of tagging livestock, and identifying crops, fish, and...
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    AP article on Feed Ban Loopholes

    Here is a link to records that do traceback of feeds that starts on Dec .9 2005 by FDA. http://www.scoringsystem.com/files/Feed_Manufacturer_Page.pdf
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    World Wide Code helps Trade Move

    Editorial and PUBLISHED BY Publishing Services Australia Pty Ltd ABN 89 101 582 340 Field to fork location codes needed Monday 16 May 2005 Unlike the generalised ISO codes designed for multiple uses, a Property Identification Code (PIDC) is more comprehensive and inclusive, and defines all...
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