Meat and bone meal
is commonly successfully use in low levels inclusion and/or in combination with other protein sources, without affecting growth parameters, where Florida pompano, Trachinotus carolinus L.
Soil pH was increased by the bone meal
and oyster shell treatments.
Agricultural professional organisations in the EU say they are prepared to ensure "strict and total" traceability of meat and bone meal
to guarantee the absence of "intra-species recycling" and continuation of the ban for ruminants.
1993) found that the crude protein content in the corn and in the meat and bone meal
samples showed an important variation, which may cause errors in the formulation of diets, besides being able to affect the nutrient digestibility of these ingredients.
If the disease was in Canada, it would also be found in the United States and Mexico, since all three NAFTA [North American Free Trade Agreement] nations are one big free trade zone and all three countries feed their cattle slaughterhouse waste in the form of blood, fat, and rendered meat and bone meal
," Stauber wrote recently on Alternet.
The factory worker said: 'Firstly the Government was wrong to license the mixture of meat bone meal
into grazing animal feed.
SDI Europe has recently introduced the FeedChek[TM] test, designed to detect mammalian-derived meat and bone meal
(MBM) in cattle feed.
A ban on feeding meat and bone meal
to all farm animals remains in place, as does the removal of animal parts from cattle of all ages which pose the highest risk of BSE infection.
We plant things, water them, and occasionally feed the soil with organic nutrients, including manure, compost or bone meal
The Irish Consumers' Association has condemned as an "absolute disgrace" a BSE case involving the youngest casualty found so far in the Irish Republic, an animal born three years after the feeding of meat and bone meal
to cattle was officially banned.
The most common type of anthrax in people affects the skin through contact with infected animals, hides, hair or bone meal
The letter, sent by Britain's Bureau of Livestock Industry, said ''Epidemiological investigations have concluded that cattle were most probably exposed to the agent of scrapie via commercial cattle feedstuffs which contained meat and bone meal
derived from sheep.