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Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference
I provide thoughts about the current situation regarding concern about wildlife contamination of leafy green crops and other agricultural products, potentially leading to food safety risks, from a grower's perspective. I discuss development of the Leafy Green Marketing Agreement, as well as how buyers are interpreting and reacting to evidence of animals of any kind in growers' fields. The high economic cost and added risk to growers are important factors, and scientific data to support developing regulations is often lacking.doi:10.5070/v425110408 fatcat:axrsl2qgivbflbqx6ylfr7qafu