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Regulation of livestock marketing


, : Regulation of livestock marketing. Marketing livestock and meat: 235-248

The US livestock sector is regulated in numerous ways. The major ones are: (a) meat inspection; (b) trade practices; and (c) humanitarian factors. Meat inspection assures wholesome meat and products through ongoing inspection of plants and animals. Trade practices control payment timing and bonding requirements for packers and public market operators.

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