[ US /ˌjuˌɛsˌdiˈeɪ/ ]
  1. the federal department that administers programs that provide services to farmers (including research and soil conservation and efforts to stabilize the farming economy); created in 1862
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  • The industry is highly vertically integrated, with poultry production companies (known as integrators) contracting with farmers (referred to as growers) to raise the birds prior to slaughter Number of broilers and other meat-type chickens sold in the United States, 2007 (Source: USDA Census of Agriculture, 2007). PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • But Walter Mulbry, the USDA microbiologist, also showed that corn and cucumber seedlings could thrive on an organic fertilizer made from the dried-out algae.
  • Each of the seven-bone USDA prime standing ribs is aged for a minimum of 28 days before being roasted in the old English way, on top of a bed of course rock salt. Jay Weston: Lawry's the Prime Rib -- Donating, Doing, Delicious!
  • Meanwhile, USDA reported that Asian soybean rust was found in Georiga's southwestern most county of Seminole , near the town of Donalsonville.
  • The term "naturally raised" is another USDA term that says the animals were not fed any animal by-products, growth hormones or antibiotics. Maria Rodale: How to Buy Grass-fed Meats
  • This nopalito cactus and jicama salad with dried fruit and smoky Mezcal lime dressing is prepared by chef Agustín Gaytán. research facility in Parlier. "alt =" Mark Crosse/The Fresno Bee - Jerry Serimian, biological technician at the USDA Jerry Serimian, biological technician at the USDA research facility in Parlier. Home
  • What you can do: Tofu is a great choice, but keep in mind that if the label doesn't say it is 100% USDA Certified Organic or non-GMO, there is a good chance it was made from genetically modified soybeans. The Full Feed from
  • The USDA's Horse Protection Program is meant to protect these wonderful animals, ensuring that Tennessee Walking Horses are not subjected to the abusive practice of "soring" -- the intentional infliction of pain to a horse's legs or hooves in order to force an artificial, exaggerated gait. Wayne Pacelle: Federal Audit Finds Rampant Abuses of Show Horses; Agency Reform Promised
  • Another article appearing in the journal offers revised versions of both the USDA pyramid and the Canadian rainbow to address these limitations.
  • In this case, the USDA says that Huntington failed to keep reliable records about its activities for the past year and that all the meat produced at the plant during the past year must be considered to be "adulterated" and should be removed from the market. The beef recall goes on
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