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Ham is a popular spring holiday food, but many of us have some misconceptions about hams that could cause us a problem. (Gary Crawford and Janell Goodwin)
****Broadcasters: The USDA's Meat and Poultry Hotline number is 888-MPHOTLINE(888-674-5463) Listeners can also go online to AsKaren.gov ****
Following February's ruling favoring our nation in a dispute over Chinese grain domestic supports, the World Trade Organization has sided with the U.S. again in a similar case. (Rod Bain and US Trade Representative Chief Ag Negotiator Gregg Doud)