A "Prime Time Live" segment exposing the use of illegal drugs in cattle feed has failed to arouse much angst among retailers or consumers. During the segment, which aired Feb. 7, Chris Wallace of "Prime Time Live" reported on "the use of illegal drugs to get beef, lamb, pork and veal from the barnyard to the butcher shop more quickly and profitably." The television report said that some cattle samples reveal the presence of steroids, antibiotics and other drugs that may cause cancer or ...

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