Do I Need an Inspection? How to meet inspection requirements for animal products in Kansas
By Joanna Voigt
Farms are expected to meet inspection requirements in order to sell animal food products in Kansas. Inspections can sound scary, but imagine how scary our food system would be without them. These regulations help farmers and those they serve stay safe, healthy, and ready to do business. For clear, easy-to-use information on inspections regulations for the following farm products:
• Meat and Poultry
• Dairy Products
• Fish and Other Aquaculture Products
• Honey and Other Hive Products
This resource document is an excerpt from Finding Your Niche, A Marketing Guide for Kansas Farms, published in January 2013 by the Kansas Rural Center. You may CLICK HERE to view the guide’s full Table of Contents and print or download other resource documents. Finding Your Niche: A Marketing Guide for Kansas Farms offers a great starting point for envisioning the potential your farm has to increase and respond to local demand.
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