A controversial $15 million measure earmarked for the electronic tracking of livestock has farmers, ranchers, and meat lovers sounding the cowbell that the program could ultimately be used to limit future beef consumption.

In order to comply with an animal disease traceability rule, a provision to spend $15 million on electronic identification tags for cattle was included in the recently approved omnibus bill that thwarted a shutdown and avoided a lapse in funding.

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