FOODS: The Tough Sex

Livestock producers think they could get higher prices for their best beef if the public knew what it was buying, demanded quality meats. Today the Government grades not more than 9% of U. S. slaughtered beef. Producers want it all graded. Month ago new Government grading standards became effective. Last week the American Institute of Cooperation (booster of farmers' cooperative associations) met in Chicago, heard about the new rules from an expert: Sleeter Bull, Associate Professor of Meats, University of Illinois.

Gruff-voiced Professor Bull found only one important improvement in the new grading rules: cow meat can no longer be graded...

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