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April 2003


CT: April 22, 2003 13:09:01 CST
USE OF DIRECT-FED MICROBIALS PROVIDES INNOVATIONS IN IMPROVED ANIMAL PERFORMANCE AND FOOD SAFETY
The U. S. beef cattle industry is experiencing challenges like never before and one of the most critical challenges to our industry is food safety.

CT: April 22, 2003 13:14:11 CST
HUNTIN HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- JUST THE FACTS
Everyone in the industry must understand his or her responsibility for the safety, quality and image of the product that eventually reaches the consumer for a buying decision. The desire to avoid or assign blame for problems needs to be over-ridden by a desire to win customers.

CT: April 22, 2003 13:16:15 CST
NO SIGN THAT CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE SPREADS TO CATTLE
Melton Sullivan has learned more about Chronic Wasting Disease the last year than he cares to remember. His ranch, located near a wide spot in the road called Pagoda, Colo., is just a few miles from ground zero, where a disease outbreak has led to an intensive harvesting effort of the local deer and elk populations.


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