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Federal veterinarians back FSIS’ controversial hog slaughter modernization

Proposed modernization would “improve food safety for the American public,” group says

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Amid criticism and questions about USDA’s controversial hog slaughter modernization proposal, the National Association of Federal Veterinarians (NAFV) has thrown its support behind the plan, saying it will allow for stronger, science-based controls during inspections.


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