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Turkey hens breeder Helge Vosteen stands in his hen house in Neerstedt near Oldenburg northern Germany on Jan. 6, 2011, after it was precautionary closed. German authorities have stopped more than 4,700 farms from selling their meat and eggs as a precautionary measure against a growing scandal over animal feed contaminated with cancer-causing chemicals that is also affecting exports. (AP Photo/Dapd/David Hecker)
Photo by: David Hecker
Turkey hens breeder Helge Vosteen stands in his hen house in Neerstedt near Oldenburg northern Germany on Jan. 6, 2011, after it was precautionary closed. German authorities have stopped more than 4,700 farms from selling their meat and eggs as a precautionary measure against a growing scandal over animal feed contaminated with cancer-causing chemicals that is also affecting exports. (AP Photo/Dapd/David Hecker)

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