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No sign of salmonella at Maine farm, officials say

Trucks were backed up to the warehouses at the DeCoster egg farm in Turner, Maine, in this 1996 photo. Trucks were backed up to the warehouses at the DeCoster egg farm in Turner, Maine, in this 1996 photo. (The Boston Globe/File)
By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / August 27, 2010

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Maine’s largest egg farm is owned by the same family whose Iowa farm has been linked to the national salmonella outbreak, but state officials say there is no sign of similar health problems here. (Full article: 905 words)

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