WASHINGTON -- Significant progress toward improved beef traceability is being made both by state departments of agriculture and private-sector technology companies amid looming government regulation and industry concerns about foodborne illnesses like mad cow disease and E. Coli. In conjunction with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Meat Animal Research Center, Salisbury, N.C.-based technology supplier GlobalTrac this summer announced it had completed the nation's first perfect "pasture ...

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