Canadian cattle feed probe urged

WASHINGTON - Two U.S. politicians said Wednesday the ban on Canadian cattle shouldn't be dropped until officials investigate whether feed rules are routinely violated north of the border. In a letter to the man nominated as the next secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Michael Johanns, the two cite what they describe as new information suggesting Canadian companies are flouting rules that ban feeding animal remains to cows.

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