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Food safety

Compliance guidelines for controlling Salmonella in market hogs now posted – USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS)

The guidance comes after Salmonella outbreaks associated with pork products.

Our top 5 predictions for 2014 – The Acheson Group

Movement on Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) rules tops the list.

Study: Green tomatoes less susceptible to Salmonella – Food Safety News

The results showed green tomatoes are less likely to host Salmonella than ripe tomatoes.


Animal safety

Speak, Fido: Device promises dog translations – LiveScience

We may soon know what dogs are thinking.

Could cow belches be a new power source? The Cattle Site

A new device could find a new use for cow burps.



U.S. soy exports break value record in 2013 – Ag Professional

Soybean farmers in the U.S. exported 1.7 billion bushels of soy.

Texas ranchers hit hard by drought eye rebuilding – Ag Web

About 44 percent of Texas is in drought as compared to the peak of 88 percent during the worst of the drought.

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