Canada releases feed findings

Jan 24, 2005
Random tests conducted by the Canadian government recently discovered that four brands of Canadian cattle feed were in violation of the nation’s ban on animal protein in cattle feed. With the increasing number of cases of BSE being discovered in Canada, the Canadian Food (CFIA) Inspection Agency and two U.S. trade teams are taking a more thorough look into the compliance with the 1997 ban on ruminant-to-ruminant feeding. In total, 110 samples were collected b...

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