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Keeping your 4-H market animals healthy Public Deposited

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  • 4-H members have the same responsibility for growing a safe, wholesome product as the livestock producer who sells hundreds of animals—and you must abide by the same laws. This publication can help you produce healthy project animals and ensure a safe, wholesome product for the consumer. Learning how to produce healthy animals also has an economic advantage. Most fairs around the country do not allow animals to enter if they exhibit signs of illness, internal or external parasites, or other health problems. Also, if market animals test positive for antibiotics in their system at the time of slaughter, the 4-H member who sold them is penalized.
  • Published August 2007. Reviewed July 2014. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog
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