The Canadian Food Inspection Agency will mark November as National 4-H Month by launching an online contest for young people to come up with their own ways to promote livestock biosecurity. It asks 4-H members and other young people between ages 12 and 21 to come up with a slogan, a story or lyrics to a song that explain how to keep animals healthy. The winning submission could be used in future CFIA ads and campaigns. For more information visit http://inspection.gc.ca.
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