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Dead animal removal service ending

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By The Staff

Friday, Feb. 27, is the final day that dead animals will be picked up in Marion County by Nation Brothers, according to a statement release by Marion County Judge/Executive John G. Mattingly.

Mattingly wrote that he received notice yesterday from Gabe Nation that Nation Brothers would discontinue hauling and picking up animals.

The decision by Nation Brothers was in response to new regulations by the Federal Department of Agriculture that require the removal of the brain and spinal column from bovine animals over 30 months old.


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