Soft cheese contamination under investigation by the Environmental Protection Agency
The state of Pennsylvania has spent more than $1 million to combat an estimated 500 to 1,000 instances of cheese contamination in the state every year. One of the most recent cases involves a farmer who raised two dairy goats and accidentally spread raw manure on his crops, accordi바카라ng to the state Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
The Department of바카라사이트 Agriculture says the farmer’s mistake appears to have resulted from dairy goats eating hay left behind by a nearby rancher, causing their feces to clog his fields.
In addition, the department says it is investigating several cases of cheese-borne illnesses that have occurred in recent years in neighboring Ohio.
That’s where two other Pennsylvania farmers have stepped in and stepped to clean up these cases.
In October, an inspection of one farmer’s fields showed he had removed enough grass at least three times for the cow to have had to go to the vet.
In November, according to state Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services officials, a farmer was cited for letting cows graze on what looked like some manure. Then last month, a state farmer in South Jersey fell sick of rashes on his cows, which is when he had to go to the vet.
The department says it is currently investigating five cases of “cheese contamination” in Pennsylvania, and hopes to reach out to other farmers and provide them with resources in the coming months to pre우리카지노vent similar issues from happening in the future.