BILLINGS, Mont. — R-CALF USA, a nonprofit organization representing cattle producers nationally, has announced its support for a proposal that would trace back E. coli- or salmonella-contaminated beef to its source of contamination, which R-CALF officials say is in most instances likely to be the place of slaughter. There, the proposal calls for corrective action that would ensure that the problem will be dealt with in a way that would eliminate or limit the breadth of a necessary recall. ...
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