Oklahoma Cattlemen Offer Comments on Animal Disease Traceability to APHIS
Tue, 01 Aug 2017 06:10:02 CDT
On Monday, the Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association offered comments to USDA on Animal Disease Traceback after the agency had conducted several listening sessions across the US on the subject, including one session in Oklahoma City.
July 31st was the final day for comments to be submitted.
OCA emphasized that any Animal Disease Traceback system needs to pass several tests:
It Needs to be Affordable.
It Needs to Work at the Speed of Commerce.
It Needs to Honor the Confidentialty of the Producer.
To read the full comments submitted by OCA, click on the PDF link below.
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