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State ag officials wary of PFAS contamination on farms and food

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Growing concern about perfluoroalkylated substances (PFAS) has largely focused on the contamination of drinking water, but state agriculture officials say there is also good cause to be worried about the potential impacts to milk, beef and other food products from tainted irrigation supplies and wells used by farmers and ranchers.


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