Livestock producers need to take precautions and be prepared to implement safety procedures when having visitors or tours on their farm or when exhibiting animals in order to prevent risk of injury to both humans and animals, according to John Grimes, a beef cattle expert with The Ohio State University.
That is especially true when visitors to farms or other livestock exhibits don’t have a background in production agriculture and have little understanding of the food production pro
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