The violations occurred at the company’s facilities in Umatilla, Ore., and Moreland, Idaho.
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Sandra Eskin, newly appointed deputy under secretary for food safety at USDA, plans to increase efforts to prevent salmonella outbreaks during her tenure.
Oregon ranchers hope to forestall at least some of the maximum fee hikes proposed for the state’s brand inspection program, which faces a budget shortfall.
House Bill 2785 would create a grant program overseen by the state’s Department of Agriculture to invest in constructing, expanding and upgrading meat processing facilities.
Law enforcement agencies could assist Oregon farm regulators with inspections of hemp crops under a bill that’s intended to thwart illegal mar…
The cap on license fees would increase from $500 to $1,000 per feed manufacturer and from $20 to $60 per commercial feed product under Senate Bill 36.
Proposed pesticide-rule changes draw diverse comments. State population gains drive increased demand for ISDA weight, volume inspections.