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02.08.2012

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Live export shipment questioned in Egypt MP3

A shipment of about 16,000 cattle to Egypt has been queried by Egyption authorities because hormone growth promotant implants were discovered in some of the cattle. The Government and the live export industry is scrambling to find out what the problem is. The industry says hormone growth promotants are allowed in the Egyptian market. Source: abc.net.au

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