In a surprise, the USDA says it is notifying consumers that they cannot eat meat from cows, bulls, or calves.
In response, Fox News reported on a new study that found a high level of bacteria in the intestines of calves raised in a slaughterhouse, where it was found that the meat was pasteurized.
The USDA said that the data is based on the raw material and is subject to verification by a veterinarian.
The meat is not labeled as raw, but the USDA said it is an indicator that the food is not cooked.
It is a big news for consumers, who are being asked to limit their consumption of meats, including the meat from cattle, bulls and calves.
We want to be able to eat meats from cows and bulls and the people that raised them, the meat industry says.
But what is it really about?
A USDA spokesman said the agency will continue to monitor the situation.
What you need to know about Trump’s health:The meat industry is fighting back, calling the move a political decision by President Donald Trump, who is running for re-election in November.
Trump is seeking to restore the country’s meat exports after a major trade war with China.
The U.S. has suspended beef exports and imported other beef products from China, in part, because of concerns about imported Chinese meat being contaminated by bacteria.