recombinant bovine somatotropin

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Hormone References On Milk Labels Subject Of Review U-WIRE, January 15, 2008 by Mandy Hofmockel (UWIRE) UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The controversial halt of references to hormones on milk labels in Pennsylvania has been rescheduled because the issue is currently being reviewed, said Pennsylvania Press Secretary of Agriculture Chris Ryder. Initially set for Jan. 1, the halt will now go into effect Feb. 1 via a "standards document," which sets new standards for existing laws, Ryder said. "The laws were somewhat outdated," said Tom Krall, farm owner and member of the Professional Dairy Managers of Pennsylvania. There is a need to protect consumers from fear regarding the use of hormones, he said. No milk can be hormone-free because all milk has naturally occurring hormones, said Craig Baumrucker, professor of animal nutrition and physiology. "The label ought to be fair, honest and accurate," said Alan Novak, executive director of the Professional Dairy Managers of Pennsylvania. Consumers who are not knowledgeable of farm
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course ANSC 242 taught by Professor Welsh during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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