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Protect U.S. pig farmers, fund ASF prevention efforts – Representatives urge House leadership for $75 million in funding for USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service to prevent and prepare for a possible African Swine Fever outbreak in the U.S. swine population.
Workshops to explore producer options for small processing plants – South Dakota State University is seeking livestock producers interested in opening and operating their own meat processing facilities.
Consuming dairy food could prevent a heart attack – A new research study shows consuming butter, cream and cheese could prevent a heart attack.
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