Groundbreaking New Test For eColi in Beef Cattle
From the K-State College of Veterinary Medicine, researchers T.G.
Naragaja, Jianfa Bai and Lance Noll report on the new genetic test
they've developed to detect e-coli bacteria in beef cattle...a major
breakthrough which could save the beef industry millions of dollars
annually, through more rapid and more accurate e-coli testing. See video
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