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Amanda Brodhagen
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Canadian Pig Code of Practice Draft - What's Your Thoughts?

Would like to get a discussion going on the topic about the Canadian Pig Code of Practice proposed draft. What are your thoughts? Do you agree with the revisions? If so, why? Do any of the proposed…Continue

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