USDA innovations showcased

USDA innovations showcased

Innovations include allergy-free peanuts, new process for pasturing shell eggs and improved livestock production systems.

U.S. Department of Agriculture researchers were busy in 2014 — building on public/private partnerships to bring new innovations to the public.

According to USDA's 2014 "Annual Report on Technology Transfer," new discoveries by USDA researchers have led to patents and inventions with the potential for commercial application and potential economic growth.

The innovations included in the annual report ranged from USDA-supported

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