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FSIS Extends Implementation Date to Hold Truckers, Others Responsible for Inhumane Treatment at Plants: The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) delayed the implementation date for a new policy, Inhumane Handling of Livestock in Connection with Slaughter by Persons Not Employed by the Official Establishment, which would hold livestock owners, transporters, haulers and other persons not employed by the official establishment liable when involved in inhumane treatment of livestock on the official establishment’s premises.  The policy, which was set to take effect January 24, 2017, will be delayed until FSIS completes a review of the comments it received.  FSIS will then publish a notice in the Federal Register announcing a new implementation date and responding to the issues raised in the comments.

2017 Calendar of Events

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Trade Agreements Have Real Impacts on Your Milk Checks

Health: VFD Regulations Will Impact Your Dairy

Milk Hauling Amendment Back in Transportation Bill

Dr. Scott VanderPoel has written a great article regarding Seneca Valley Virus and how it affects the swine industry.  Click here to read the full article.

McCarty Family Farms, a Praedium client was featured in the September issue of American Dairymen!  Click here to learn more about how they utilize our programs.

Information on Cow Comfort

Please Welcome Nick Peterson to Praedium!

Update: Clean Water Act “waters of the United States” (WOTUS) – Learn more here.

Where Food Comes From® has acquired a controlling share in Validus Ventures, LLC auditing business. Get the details here!