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Dr Sarah Taber @SarahTaber_bww
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Hi, farm food safety trainer here.

Wildlife shit is in fact one of the #1 things we look for farm hygiene.

When there's animal shit in the field, the harvest crew makes a ... guess what!? No-pick zone around that shitpile in the crop.
As far as bins, produce farms store them in a closed building under a tight pest control program, or wash them with soap, water, & an antimicrobial before using.

Isn't it weird that farmers who actually farm crops where hygiene is relevant, already know how to handle it?
But all this is foreign to you because you're a rancher, so you don't grow vegetables for sale & don't have to deal with any of this.

It's weird that you're so ready to throw down about farm hygiene, bc it's clear that you've no earthly idea how it actually works.
If we ever have beef ranch questions don't worry we'll totally line up for your sage advice

But this is not your crop & not your market, so you can miss us with the "I totally get it 'cause I'm a farmer" bluster.
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