Philip Brasher

Washington Correspondent, Des Moines Register

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Yesterday, FDA inspectors  reported  filthy conditions at the two Iowa mega-farms that have recalled a half billion eggs because of a  national outbreak of salmonella .  The irony is…

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Yesterday, FDA inspectors reported filthy conditions at the two Iowa mega-farms that have recalled a half billion eggs because of a national outbreak of salmonella .  The irony is…

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Two massive egg farms thought responsible for a  nationwide outbreak of salmonella  were never inspected by federal agencies or the State of Iowa.

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Two massive egg farms thought responsible for a nationwide outbreak of salmonella were never inspected by federal agencies or the State of Iowa.

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