Thomas Massie: USDA exceeded authority with cattle tagging rule; I refuse to comply.

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Congressman Thomas Massie has raised concerns about the USDA’s cattle tagging rule. According to Massie, lobbyists secured $15 million to implement electronic tagging for all cattle in the US. However, he argues that no law authorizes this move. Massie believes that this electronic tagging could be used by the “green agenda” to limit beef production and by corporate meat oligopolies to dominate small ranchersThe rule requires electronically readable tags for cattle and bison moving interstate, allowing the government to track their location and ownership.

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