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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) last week granted a 60-day extension of its regulation requiring the removal of brain and spinal-cord tissue from cattle more than 30 months of age before they can be rendered for animal feed.
The extension comes after Kentucky's Congressional delegation delivered a letter to the FDA asking for the reprieve.
But the extension does not mean the rule will likely be rescinded, said Nate Hodson, a spokesperson for Congressman Brett Guthrie.
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