*  This Thanksgiving, Beware the Sharia Turkey
... a Christian with Eastern philosophical tendencies who worked in the meat packing industry ... I used to work in meat packing. For something to be Halal would be no different than for ... The God worshipped that gives the meat industry the idea to do these things is CAPITALISM ... You had better not boycott Butterball without boycotting the whole Red Meat Industry, ......
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*  Super Land Use Bowl
... and Green Bay's team is named after its meat-packing industry.. So that was in land use ......
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*  Backstage w/Supak: organic, progressive, environmentalist: 2006
Just look at what's happened to the construction and meat packing industries. I don't ... the deregulation of the telecommunications sector which led to cable industry price ......
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*  Sheridan Lutheran Church Growth at Barnabas Community - Sheridan Lutheran...
Many who work in the meat packing or food industry come to Barnabas to look for clothes ......
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*  Jim Humble/Sodium Chlorite
19a] Acidified sodium chlorite is FDA approved as a spray in the meat packing industry to ... 19a] Acidified sodium chlorite is FDA approved as a spray in the meat packing industry to ... sanitized meat. [20a-20g] This can also be used to sanitize vegetables and other foods. [ ... sanitized meat. [20a-20g] This can also be used to sanitize vegetables and other foods. [ ......
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*  THE INTERNATIONAL JEW CHAPTER 1 - JEW KNOWLEDGE
... the tobacco industry; fifty per cent or more of the meat packing industry; over sixty per ... The motion picture industry; the sugar industry; ... to name only the industries with national and international sweep, are in control of the ... by the Jews of the United States would be to touch most of the vital industries of the ......
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*  Roadie To Go: April 2006
because some girly-man liberal fought for laws to regulate the meat packing industry.. In ... 1) those that get it and use it to be on top of the heap of american industry/hierarch/ ... troublemaking militant fought for laws to stop industries from polluting our air. Then ... suceed by making them not advance their industries to a competitive advantage. That we ......
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*  Automation | the HipCrime Vocab
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*  April | 2016 | the HipCrime Vocab
... and meat-packing industries. Northern industrialists often used them as strikebreakers or ... Over the same period, wages for all other industries rose 21 percent, to $51,029 in 2014 ... Hardest hit were unskilled jobs in the very industries where black workers were ... When adjusted for inflation, wages for investment bankers and securities-industry ......
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*  Dodge City, Kansas, USA, August 2011: Line of freezer trucks at the huge...
However, the industry is heavily dependent on cheap immigrant labour. ... Kansas dominates the American beef industry, producing 25% of all beef raised in the USA ... Freezer trucks wait to be loaded at the National Beef meat packing plant in Dodge City, ... Freezer trucks wait to be loaded at the National Beef meat packing plant in Dodge City, ......
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*  Your Mail: Declare independence from meat industry | The News Star | thenewsstar.com
Your Mail: Declare independence from meat industry. The News Star. thenewsstar.com. JOBS. CARS. HOMES. APARTMENTS. SHOPPING. News. Sports. Opinion. Features. Delta Business. Obituaries. USA Today. LATEST HEADLINES. LATEST HEADLINES. LATEST HEADLINES. LATEST HEADLINES. Delta Business. Traffic Cameras. Delta Style. Sports Social. Your Mail: Declare independence from meat industry. Opinion. Whatever happened to the good old days when the worst things we had to fear on the Fourth of July were traffic jams and wayward fireworks. According to the Department of Agriculture, this year's top threat is food poisoning by nasty E. coli and salmonella bugs in hamburgers and hot dogs. Luckily, there is a great variety of healthful, delicious and convenient veggie burgers and soy dogs. These delicious plant-based foods don't harbor nasty pathogens or cancer-causing compounds. This Fourth of July offers a great opportunity to declare our independence from the meat industry and to share wholesome veggie burgers and soy dogs w...
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*  Hudson Reporter - Spooky meat industry
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*  Meat Industry Association of New Zealand
... multiple issues the meat industry association of new zealand mia is a voluntary trade association representing new zealand meat processor s marketers and exporters the mia is an incorporated society which is owned by its members the mia represents companies supplying the majority of new zealand sheep meat exports and all beef exports mia membership mia directorships mia subsidiary s the mia has a wholly owned subsidiary oml the oml provides a programme promoting control of cysticercus ovis sheep measles in livestock references external links category food industry trade groups...
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*  DNA Technology: Helping build value and better beef | National Beef Quality Audit (NBQA) | Cattle G
DNA Technology: Helping build value and better beef. National Beef Quality Audit NBQA. Cattle Genetics content from BEEF Magazine. . ' } //-->. About Us Contact Us Digital Editions Subscribe Advertise RSS Briefing Room. Skip to Navigation Skip to Content. BEEF Magazine. Search:. Register Log In. Display name or email address: *. Password: *. Remember me. Forgot Your Password. close. Beef Quality. Cattle Handling Animal Welfare Beef Quality Marketing/Product Promotion Beef Demand. Business. Estate Planning Industry Structure Management Pasture/Land Values People Products Disaster. Sectors. Seedstock Cow-Calf Stocker/Backgrounders Feedlots Processors Retail Foreign Trade Allied Industry. Health. Calving Weaning Vaccination Parasites Biosecurity BEEF Vet. Markets. Cattle Prices Grain Prices Marketing. Pasture Range. Grazing Systems Pasture Health. Government. Regulation Environment Ethanol. Nutrition. Feeding Systems Supplements Feed. Genetics. Breeding Systems Selection Tools. Advertisement. Home > Cattle G...
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*  ABC Takes a Pro- E-Coli Position in Hit Job on Meat Industry
Published on Media Research Center ( http://mrc.org ) Home > ABC Takes a Pro- E-Coli Position in Hit Job on Meat Industry ABC Takes a Pro- E-Coli Position in Hit Job on Meat Industry By Dan Gainor March 23, 2012 - 9:08am TV news loves a health scare. Deadly Tylenol. Killer tomatoes. Mad Cow Disease. Alar in apples. And lots more. Sometimes, as with Tylenol, they are legit. Others like Alar, entirely bogus. Every time, the template is the same. Someone gets sick and the ravenous media tear at the company or industry for not being safe. But ABC News has turned that idea on its head in its usual quest for tabloid headlines. It’s going after a company for making a safe product that we’ve all been eating for years. ABC and reporter Jim Avila has decided to declare open war on … beef. So far, they’re winning. In a series of 10 stories in just about two weeks, ABC has so demonized a company and its products that Safeway, SUPERVALU and Food Lion [1] just stopped buying it. The meat, often called lean finely textur...
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*  .. Meat Industry Fights Meatless Monday .. More from my site .. Share this post: .. Like this: .. A
Meat Industry Fights Meatless Monday Posted by James Lucas on Saturday, October 22, 2011 · Leave a Comment. Can you see these cows as more than numbers. It's all in your perspective. Last week the Animal Agriculture Alliance announced that they would provide resources to fight Meatless Monday. The resources include Why Meat?, What Makes a Healthy Diet, and The Myth of Meatless Monday. Why Meat. says “A vegan or vegetarian diet must be carefully monitored and supplements may be required to compensate for the missed opportunity to obtain these nutrients from a natural source.” I think that they forgot that vegetables and fruits are a natural source. The only real problem with a vegan diet is making sure that you get enough B12, which comes from bacteria in bodies of water and soil. Since an animal eats grass they get some B-12-enriched soil. You can either take a supplement of 10 micrograms a day or 2,000 micrograms a week or you can also get B-12 from nutritional yeast. The flyer also talks about “Meat a...
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*  Petition · Support the people and government of South Korea to stand up against the cruelty of the
... dog meat industry. · Change.org. Start a petition. Browse. Search. Log in. My petitions. Profile. Settings. Log out. Start a petition. Search. Log in or sign up. Petition Closed. Petitioning The people and government of South Korea Support the people and government of South Korea to stand up against the cruelty of the dog meat industry. Change For Animals Foundation CFAF. Change For Animals Foundation CFAF. 26,678 Supporters. Every year an estimated two million dogs are slaughtered in South Korea to supply the dog meat industry - an inherently cruel industry that causes immense suffering to the dogs throughout all stages- farming, transport, sale and slaughter. Numerous investigations into the industry have documented the cruel and pitiful conditions under which dogs are farmed, transported and slaughtered each year. As a result of the cramped, unhygienic and stressful environment in which the dogs are kept, physical disease and mental distress are profoundly evident, with many dogs showing obvious signs...
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*  Desiderii Marginis
... is a dark ambient music project from sweden history desiderii marginis was formed by johan levin in in mjölby sweden as a solo project the first three tapes consecrare via peregrinus and triptych were originally released in very limited editions however in these tracks were released on the retrospective album years lend a golden charm some of these songs appeared in new versions on songs over ruins the debut album released on cold meat industry in albums songs over ruins cold meat industry deadbeat cold meat industry strife cold meat industry the ever green tree kaosthetik distribution that which is tragic and timeless cold meat industry seven sorrows cold meat industry years lend a golden charm compilation eternal pride procession cyclic law hypnosis cyclic law see also list of dark ambient artists category dark ambient music groups category swedish musical groups...
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*  Meat Tenderizing A Danger To Steak - Business Insider
... Finance. Tech. Finance. Strategy. Life. Sports. The Meat Industry Is Ruining Steak. For them, this report from the Kansas City Star may be heartbreaking. Reporter Mike McGraw spent a year looking into the meat industry's meat tenderization process, and what he found was very disturbing. According to the report, the meat industry is increasingly relying on mechanical tenderization to produce more meat, faster by making tough cuts more edible. The industry calls meat that has undergone this process, "bladed" or "needled" meat, and a 2008 survey found that 90 percent of beef producers are using it on some cuts. From the Kansas City Star: Lamkin, like most consumers today, didn’t know she had ordered a steak that had been run through a mechanical tenderizer. In a lawsuit, Lamkin said her steak came from National Steak Processors Inc., which claimed it got the contaminated meat from a U.S. “You trust people, trust that nothing is going to happen,” Lamkin said, “but they beef companies are mass-producing this ...
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*  Michigan State University Libraries - Special Collections - Little Cookbooks: The Alan and Shirley B
... rocker Sliker Culinary Collection. Michigan State University Libraries Home. MSU Libraries : Special Collections : Digital Collections : Little Cookbooks: The Alan and Shirley Brocker Sliker Culinary Collection. 7th Edition Of Heller's Guide For Ice Cream Makers, Entirely Rewritten. Heller And Co's Konservirungs Salt. Red Konservirungs-Salt. Heller And Co's Konservirungs Salt. Heller And Co's Konservirungs Salt. White Konservirungs-Salt. Heller And Co. "A" Condimentine Preparation For Use In Fresh Sausage Such As Fresh Pork Sausage, Liver Sausage, Etc. Heller and Co. Heller And Co. Snow-Drift. Heller And Co. Special Mel-o-ine For Making Marshmallow Filling, Icings Etc. Delicious Wholesome Jell-Jell Gelatin Dessert, Raspberry. For Curing Beef And Pork: Freeze-Em Pickle. Freezine The Only Scientific Invention For Keeping Milk And Cream Sweet Without Ice. Heller's Delicious And Wholesome Jell-Jell Gelatin Dessert Imitation Raspberry Flavor Color Artificial. Heller's Fancy-Pastry Imitation Cherry Flavor Desse...
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*  Cheap meat
... is a term used to describe relatively inexpensive meat e g fatty cuts of lamb or mutton deborah gewertz frederick errington cheap meat flap food nations in the pacific islands university of california press isbn or to indicate that the consumer price of meat does not include the overall costs of industrial meat production the term cheap meat is then either related to subsidies to hidden costs meat atlas facts and figures about the animals we eat chapter the hidden cost of steak page download as pdf or to non material costs moral cost of meat production non material costs can be related to issues such as animal welfare e g treatment of animals over breeding the term is used by critics of the meat industry the meat industry is subsidized with billions of dollars by governments who support their meat industries the oecd estimates the total producer support in oecd countries for as follows bn usd for beef and veal bn usd for pigmeat bn usd for poultry and bn usd for sheepmeat provisional numbers hidden costs...
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*  National Beef to close California slaughter plant - - Capital Press
... Capital Press. The West's AG Weekly Since 1928. Water. Ag Education. Livestock Horses. Water. Willamette Valley Ag Expo. is closing its only West Coast processing facility in Brawley, Calif., affecting about 1,300 jobs and sending shock waves through the already fragile Imperial Valley economy. National Beef has not determined the future for the plant, which it acquired in 2006, but its support for affected workers will include help in finding jobs at other National Beef facilities, a company news release stated. “Unfortunately, based on current and projected business needs, the company has made a decision to cease beef slaughter operations in Brawley and close our facility,” Webb wrote. The closure will leave three National Beef plants in Kansas as the closest facilities available to West Coast suppliers. National Beef’s operations in Liberal, Dodge City and Kansas City, Kan., are joined by facilities in Hammels Wharf, Pa., Moultrie, Ga., and St. Cattle were the county’s high...
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*  National Beef to close California slaughter plant - Research Center - Capital Press
... Capital Press. Ag Sectors. Water. Water. Willamette Valley Ag Expo. is closing its only West Coast processing facility in Brawley, Calif., affecting about 1,300 jobs and sending shock waves through the already fragile Imperial Valley economy. National Beef has not determined the future for the plant, which it acquired in 2006, but its support for affected workers will include help in finding jobs at other National Beef facilities, a company news release stated. “Unfortunately, based on current and projected business needs, the company has made a decision to cease beef slaughter operations in Brawley and close our facility,” Webb wrote. The closure will leave three National Beef plants in Kansas as the closest facilities available to West Coast suppliers. The plant contributes more than $3.4 million in annual revenue to the city in the form of water and sewer charges and a utility users’ tax – nearly 30 percent of the city’s total water sales and one-quarter of all sewer...
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*  swine flu - Vegsource.com
... Monday, October 05, 2015. Store EXPO. Discuss. Food. Video. Health. Green. Lifestyle. Animals. Homeschool. Blogs. Blogs Tagged As: "swine flu" Entries tagged with: swine flu 3 result s displayed 1 - 3 of 3 :. Supreme Court case: meat industry sues to keep downed animals in food supply Michael Greger MD. November 3, 2011. Health. Read More: American Meat Institute, anthrax, campylobacter, cows, dairy, downed animals, downers, e. coli, Federal School Lunch Program, ground beef, hamburger, Humane Society of the United States, livestock, mad cow disease, meat, meat industry, National Meat Association, pigs, public health, Salmonella, sheep, soy, swine flu, USDA This week I participated in a press briefing to discuss National Meat Association v. Harris, a case appearing before the Supreme Court next week. The meat industry is trying to overturn a California law meant to keep "downed" animals--those...... Read Post. Comments 0. Contagion: bad timing for CDC report of new swine flu strain Michael Greger MD. Hea...
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*  Conveyor Belt Weighers | Conveyor Belt Scales | Brighouse, West Yorkshire | H.K. Process Measurement
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*  Xanthosis
... is a yellowish discoloration of degenerating tissue chemical tissues especially seen in malignant neoplasms can be differentiated clinically from jaundice as the sclerae are coloured yellow in jaundice but are not discoloured in xanthosis mosby mosby s medical dictionary th ed elsevier health sciences isbn retrieved february other uses fruit farming xanthosis or yellows is a mid th century term for strawberry mild yellow edge virus a disease in strawberries cause by the strawberry aphid the disease is prevalent throughout the americas united states department of agriculture farmers bulletin issues u s government printing office retrieved february meat industry xanthosis is a brown pigmentation of skeletal and heart muscle s of cattle the condition is particularly seen in older animals and in some wasting diseases samuel jutzi s food and agriculture organization of the united nations good practices for the meat industry food agriculture org isbn retrieved february prevalent in ayrshire cattle and their cr...
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*  Checkoff Calling For Nominations For Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) Awards | Beef Quality content from
Checkoff Calling For Nominations For Beef Quality Assurance BQA Awards. Beef Quality content from BEEF Magazine. Skip to Navigation Skip to Content BEEF Magazine. Beef Quality. Cattle Handling Animal Welfare Beef Quality Marketing/Product Promotion Beef Demand. Cattle Prices Grain Prices Marketing. Grazing Systems Pasture Health. Home > Beef Quality > Beef Quality > Checkoff Calling For Nominations For Beef Quality Assurance BQA Awards Checkoff Calling For Nominations For Beef Quality Assurance BQA Awards Apr 2, 2012 Beef Checkoff News. Related Media The Changing Face Of Beef Quality Assurance. Applications for the fifth annual checkoff-funded National Beef Quality Assurance BQA Award are now being accepted. The National BQA Awards recognize four winners in the area of beef, dairy, marketing and education: The beef and dairy awards recognize producers that best demonstrate animal care and handling principles as part of the day-to-day activities on their respective operations. The BQA Educator Awar...
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*  Laws of the Kitchen: FFwD - Sardine Rillettes
... Laws of the Kitchen. FFwD - Sardine Rillettes. French Fridays with Dorie recipe is Sardine Rillettes pronounced ree-etts. It is effectively a fishy cream cheese spread made from canned sardines, cream cheese light in my case, green onion, chives, lemon juice, cayenne and salt and pepper. Have a great weekend. April 13, 2012 at 6:12 AM. April 13, 2012 at 7:39 AM. April 13, 2012 at 8:24 AM. April 13, 2012 at 11:44 AM. April 13, 2012 at 12:07 PM. April 13, 2012 at 12:33 PM. April 13, 2012 at 5:07 PM. April 13, 2012 at 6:53 PM. Good for you for eating it as a meal instead of a snack. April 14, 2012 at 5:35 PM. April 14, 2012 at 11:55 PM. April 15, 2012 at 12:03 PM. April 15, 2012 at 12:26 PM. April 16, 2012 at 11:20 AM. April 20 Fig and Ginger Jam Chocolate Fudge Cake for Lee's Birthday Daring Bakers - Armenian Nutmeg Cake FFwD - Navarin Pritanier Anzac Biscuits Wednesdays with Donna Hay - Hummingbird Slice Queen of Puddings for St George's Day Loi Loi, Richmond FFwD - Coconut Friands Lemon and Saffr...
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*  Campaigning for ‘pink slime’ - Boulder Weekly
It was so Orwellian it was laughable three governors touring a factory where connective tissue from cattle carcasses is transformed into a food product the meat industry wants to call finely textured beef, but which one USDA scientist dubbed pink slime. The governors Rick Perry from Texas, Terry Branstad from Iowa and Sam Brownback from Kansas chastised the media for creating an issue where they insist there isn t one and causing people to lose good jobs. BPI has reportedly shut three of its four plants due to lack of orders, as grocery stores, including Kroger, have reacted to consumer demand and stopped using pink slime as filler in their ground beef. Branstad told everyone that America s obesity problem will get worse if this very lean meat product is removed from ground beef. Let s call this product what it is and let pink slime become a term of the past, Texas Gov. No more calling it pink slime. Let s call it what it is: ammonia-treated bovine connective tissue. If consumers don t want ammonia-treated bo...
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*  Meat’s spookier side - Butler Eagle Online
Meat s spookier side - Butler Eagle Online. Marketplace. Menu Guide. Complete Pages. Username:. Password:. Subscribe. Manage. Site last updated: Monday, October 5, 2015. News. Local. Pennsylvania. National. International. News Extras. Sports. Professional. College. High School. Youth. Amateur. Outdoor. Columnists. Sports Extras. Business. Features. Real Estate Transactions. Jobless Figures. Livestock. Arts/Entertainment. Features. Weekend Entertainment. Daily TV Listings. Reviews. Puzzles. Obituaries. Death Notices. Birthday Tributes. In Memoriums. Cards of Thanks. Anniversaries. Placing an Obituary. Editorial. Letters to the Editor. Columnists. Focus. Features. Weddings. Milestones. Time Capsules. Focus Extras. Schools. AC Valley. Butler. Butler Catholic. Butler County Children's Center. BC3. Cardinal Wuerl. First Baptist. Grove City. Karns City. Penn Christian. Seneca Valley. Slippery Rock. SRU. South Butler. Summit Academy. St. Gregory. St. Luke Lutheran. St. Wendelin. Union. Current Edition. Classifieds. ...
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*  Meat’s spookier side - Butler Eagle Online
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*  Meat’s spookier side - Butler Eagle Online
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*  Flawed Red Meat Study: You Are What Your Food Ate
... Action Alert: No GMO Vaccines or Pesticides in Organic Food. Flawed Red Meat Study: You Are What Your Food Ate 53. By anh-usa. Second, and even more importantly, the study did not differentiate between organic, grass-fed beef, and non-organic, CAFO-raised beef. By contrast, grass-fed beef typically has nearly seven times more omega-3s than omega-6s. In fact, eating moderate amounts of grass-fed beef for even four weeks will give you healthier levels of essential fats, according to a 2011 study in the British Journal of Nutrition. Grass-fed beef is far healthier than grain-fed beef for a number of reasons. To make no distinction between grass-fed and grain-fed beef in the study is just absurd. But that was organic, free-range, grass-fed meat, not factory farm beef. People with grain allergies especially need to eat grass fed, organic protein for this reason. I read this and it seems that now the Alliance for Natural Health is yet one more ally to the meat industry encouraging and promoting meat eating at ...
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*  Clean animals result in fewer E. coli -- ScienceDaily
... Your source for the latest research news. Mobile. Follow. Subscribe. Breaking News :. Ancient Ocean Alga Was Pre-Set for Life On Land. Volcanic Eruptions Affect Flow of Major Rivers. Ocean Bacteria: Millions of Tons of Hydrocarbons. How the Brain Recognizes Objects. Chernobyl: The Animals Have Returned. Illegal Trade Puts Cacti On Most Threatened List. World's Largest Atom Smashers: Smallest Droplets. Crucial Hurdle Overcome in Quantum Computing. Your Visual Cortex Is Making Decisions. Anorexia Nervosa and Gut Bacteria Linked: Study. Science News from research organizations. Clean animals result in fewer E. coli. Date: May 4, 2012 Source: Norwegian School of Veterinary Science Summary: Following the E. coli case in Norway in 2006, when 17 people fell ill and one child died after eating mutton sausages, the meat industry introduced a number of measures in order to reduce the risk of food poisoning from meat. Clean animals and good hygiene during slaughtering are essential preconditions for food safety. Sh...
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*  .. Doctor's Note
I've talked about this travesty before in my blog post Why is it Legal to Sell Unsafe Meat. My video Unsafe at Any Feed explores the meat industry's blame-the-victim attitude. Food Poisoning Bacteria Cross-Contamination explains raw meat can be dangerous no matter how long you cook it and Fecal Bacteria Survey features an industry trade journal explaining the difference between the attitude in Europe and the United States. Don't worry, though, the meat industry is on it. See my videos Viral Meat Spray and Maggot Meat Spray if you dare. The problem of bacterial contamination can largely be solved simply by not eating meat, poultry, eggs or other animal products. In other words, go vegan. While eliminating meat does lead to a general reduction in probability of infection from bacterial sources, there’s no way I would call it ‘solved!’ You can still get all manner of illnesses from vegetables, E. Bacterial contamination is still possible in a vegan diet, don’t use it as an excuse to skip food safety preparation...
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*  DRHOOK- Bad bug: E coli becoming harder to kill | The Hook - Charlottesville's weekly newspaper, new
DRHOOK- Bad bug: E coli becoming harder to kill. The Hook - Charlottesville's weekly newspaper, news magazine. The Hook - Charlottesville's weekly newspaper, news magazine. DRHOOK- Bad bug: E coli becoming harder to kill By JOHN HONG. Some people just make a big beef out of nothing, only to look like fools in the end er, at least we hope they look like fools in the end. Where's the beef. E coli once again has made people sick from contaminated beef patties and ground beef. About 1 million pounds of beef was believed to be contaminated with this bacterium. coli 0157:H7 was found on the contaminated meat. coli are becoming resistant to the most basic type of antibiotics: beta-lactams like penicillin, amoxicillin, and Keflex. Back a hundred years ago when I was in medical school okay, 20 years ago, we learned how a different bacterium, staphylococcus i.e. staph, could be resistant to beta-lactam antibiotics. There are different antibiotics to fight staph that are resistant to beta-lactam antibiotics. Will bacter...
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*  .. Doctor's Note
Cancer risk is just one reason why Plant Protein is Preferable. If we were truly to follow the science, the fast food, junk food, and meat industries would really be in trouble. See Trans Fat, Saturated Fat and Cholesterol: Tolerable Upper Intake of Zero . How do they get away with this. See Dietary Guidelines: Science Versus Corporate Interests and Dietary Guidelines: USDA Conflicts of Interest. What might healthier dietary guidelines look like. See Dietary Guidelines: It’s All Greek to the USDA. See Dietary Guidelines: From Dairies to Berries, in which a solution is reached in which both farmers and consumers can benefit. For more, see my 27 other videos on industry influence and hundreds of other videos on more than a thousand subjects. Michael Greger M.D. Cancer risk is just one reason why Plant Protein is Preferable. If we were truly to follow the science, the fast food, junk food, and meat industries would really be in trouble. See Trans Fat, Saturated Fat and Cholesterol: Tolerable Upper Intake of ...
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*  Commentary: Vegan outrage | Cattle Network
Commentary: Vegan outrage. Cattle Network. Industry Markets USDA Market Reports Ag Policy Drovers Radio. My Beef Checkoff Cattle Disease Diagnostics Drovers Cow/Calf Cow Calf Cattle Feeding Pasture Rangeland Animal Health Center Quality Silage. Quotes + Weather. Drovers/CattleNetwork Cow/Calf Producer. Drovers Cow/Calf Buyers Guide. Tractors 150 hp Pasture Management Small Farm, Ranch Vehicles and ATVs Calf Health Manure Management Silage Equipment. Webinars Facebook Link. Twitter Link. Instagram Link. RSS Index Link. Drovers Cattle Network. Facebook Link. Twitter Link. Instagram Link. RSS Index Link. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. News Quality Silage My Beef Checkoff Drovers Cow/Calf Quotes Subscribe. Industry. Recently, I wrote about a little-known group of vegetarian activists called Vegan Outreach. Their claim to fame allegedly is that they distributed a million anti-industry booklets to so-called supporters over the last three months. So to unload 1,700 booklets you have to conservat...
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*  School Lunch Scandal, Chick-fil-A Cuts Antibiotics, and More in Food Policy This Week | Serious Eats
School Lunch Scandal, Chick-fil-A Cuts Antibiotics, and More in Food Policy This Week. Serious Eats. Serious Eats>. Food Policy. School Lunch Scandal, Chick-fil-A Cuts Antibiotics, and More in Food Policy This Week In Food Policy This Week: 5 News Bites A roundup of news clippings we're reading that affect the way we eat. Photograph: kpaulus on Flickr School Lunch Meat Supplier Temporarily Shut Down Central Valley Meat Co. is a meat supplier for federal school breakfast and lunch programs. Dairy Farmers Struggle to Feed Animals Amidst California Drought Farmers are starting to feel the impacts of California's ongoing drought, the worst since the state began recording droughts in 1849. Antibiotic-Free Chicken Gains Popularity in Meat Industry Regulations to control antibiotic use in the meat industry have been proposed and stalled repeatedly in the last five years. Right now, antibiotic-free meat only comprises 9% of the chicken industry. New Research Shows Economic Impact of Local Food Sales Researchers at Pe...
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*  Phys.org - fat content
... Home fat content. News tagged with fat content. sort by:. Date. 6 hours. 12 hours. 1 day. 3 days. all. Rank. Last day. 1 week. 1 month. all. LiveRank. Last day. 1 week. 1 month. all. Popular. Last day. 1 week. 1 month. all. Scientist works on taste, texture and color of lab-produced hamburger. Dr. Mark J. Post is confident his recipe for his $300,000 cultured hamburger will not only come down in price but someday make it to market, according to a July 12th presentation at IFT15: Where Science Feeds Innovation hosted ... Jul 13, 2015 in Other. 36 0. Yeast protein network could provide insights into human obesity. A team of biologists and a mathematician have identified and characterized a network composed of 94 proteins that work together to regulate fat storage in yeast. Jun 01, 2015 in Cell & Microbiology. 36 0. High-tech answer to fat analysis in meat industry. For decades, the meat industry has made good use of laboratory analysis. Now the focus is shifting to rapid analytical methods on the productio...
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*  DTN/The Progressive Farmer: Agriculture Markets, News and Weather
... Products. News Events. Subscribe. Contact Us. Magazine. Login. Register Now SEARCH. Home. Weather. Markets. News. Crops. Livestock. Equipment. Farm Business. Land Management. Ag Policy. Farm Life. South America Calling. Alastair Stewart. South America Correspondent. Bio. Email. Thursday 08/09/12. Brazil Inspectors Strike Hits Meat Industry. Brazilian farm health inspectors have been on strike since Monday, hampering the sale of meats and raising the specter of processed chicken, pork and beef sitting in warehouses, approaching sell-by dates, as it awaits clearance. Posted at 10:20AM CDT 08/09/12 by Alastair Stewart. 0 Comments. Post a Comment. Blog Home Pages. Market Matters Blog. Technically Speaking. Fundamentally Speaking. Ag Policy Blog. Minding Ag's Business. Ag Weather Forum. Ethanol Blog. Production Blog. Harrington's Sort & Cull. Machinery Chatter. South America Calling. An Urban's Rural View. Editors' Notebook. August 2012. S M T W T F S. 1 2. Brazil's Government: No Need For Soy Market Interven...
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*  Random Notes | Tricycle
Random Notes. Tricycle. Tricycle. Awake in the World. Login / Renew. Log in to Tricycle. Enter your Username and Password to log in below. Username: *. Password: *. Click here if you have forgotten your password Subscribers: Link your subscription for access. Magazine Blog Retreats E-books Film Club About Donate Give a Gift. Home › Blog › Random Notes. Random Notes. 9 comments Environment food George Monbiot Health meat Random Notes. The Ethics of Farming Animals. Posted by Sam Mowe on 10 Sep 2010 The way I see it, there are two ways to think about the ethics of meat eating. One is to look at the suffering of each individual animal that is killed for consumption. The other way is to take a global approach, where one is concerned with negative environmental/human consequences caused by the meat industry. Of course, you don't have to choose one over the other, it just seems worthwhile to make a distinction. With this distinction in mind I'd like to call attention to a recent piece by George Monbiot in The Guard...
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*  Do You Believe What the Meat Industry Tells You about Protein? | Sunfood Articles and Recipes
Sunfood Articles and Recipes. Sunfood Raw Organic Non-GMO Superfoods Raw Organic Non-GMO Superfoods. 888 RAW-FOOD 888 729-3663. Recipes. Superfoods Raw Foods. Sunfood Brand. Coconut Oil. Goji Berries. Superfoods for Pets. Superfood Smoothie Mix. Coconut Oil. Hydrogen Peroxide. Superfood Skin Care. Honey. Goji Berries. Vegans and vegetarians hear this question all the time because so many people think that meat is the best way to get protein. 2 Before we get into the best ways to get protein, let’s be clear on why we need it in the first place. Check out one of our favorite protein sources, combined with a healthy diet loaded with protein-rich plant foods such as green vegetables, legumes, whole grains, nuts and seeds. I ve been using sacha inchi mixed with maca in my smoothies for almost a year now and I ve never felt better.” Check out our Super Sacha Inchi Banana Smoothie recipe. 5 Natural Skin Care Secrets For Amazingly Healthy, Radiant & Nourished Skin. One Little Nut to Lose Weight, Lower Cholesterol & M...
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*  US senators step into corn ethanol debate
... Related sites FoodProductionDaily.com FoodNavigator.com FoodNavigator-USA.com. FoodNavigator-Asia.com NutraIngredients.com Meatinfo.co.uk. US senators step into corn ethanol debate By Carina Perkins Carina Perkins. Related tags: Corn, Ethanol, RFS, EPA, US, Livestock, Feed. A bipartisan group of US senators has called on the Environmental Protection Agency EPA to help the meat industry cope with drought conditions by adjusting the corn-ethanol mandate for the Renewable Fuel Standard RFS. This content is copyright protected However, if you would like to share the information in this article, you may use the headline, summary and link below: US senators step into corn ethanol debate By Carina Perkins Carina Perkins, 09-Aug-2012 A bipartisan group of US senators has called on the Environmental Protection Agency EPA to help the meat industry cope with drought conditions by adjusting the corn-ethanol mandate for the Renewable Fuel Standard RFS. http://www.globalmeatnews.com/Industry-Markets/US-senators-step-i...
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*  Swine Flu: Who's to Blame? | Worldwatch Institute
Swine Flu: Who s to Blame. Worldwatch Institute. Skip to Main Content Area. October 5, 2015. 1 min 45 sec ago. Shopping cart There are no products in your shopping cart. 0 Items Total: $0.00. View cart 0 Checkout Log In. Signup. Email: *. First Name: *. Last Name: *. Programs. Climate Energy Food Agriculture Environment Society. Blogs Media Bookstore Vital Signs Online. Energy Transportation Environment Climate Food Agriculture Global Economy Resources Population Society All Trends. Press About Us Donate. Swine Flu: Who s to Blame. As I read about swine flu over the weekend, I was again disappointed by the media's coverage of zoonoses diseases spread by animals to humans, something I've written about extensively in State of the World 2005 and Happier Meals: Rethinking the Global Meat Industry. While Andrew Revkin of The New York Times did mention in his blog the potential role of industrial livestock agriculture in the spread of zoonoses, like swine flu, most reporters are choosing to focus their attention on...
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*  B. J. Nilsen
... J Nilsen. 'Benny Jonas Nilsen' born 1975, alias 'BJ Nilsen', 'BJNilsen', and 'Hazard', is a Swedish sound artist who lives and works in Berlin. BJ Nilsen is a Swedish composer and sound artist based in Berlin and London. His two latest solo albums released by Touch, Eye Of The Microphone 2013 - a personal audio rendition based on the sound of London - and The Invisible City 2010, have explored the urban acoustic realm. He has collaborated with Chris Watson on Storm and Wind, released by Touch 2006, 2001. Gaspar Noé, and, in collaboration with Jóhann Jóhannsson, I am here 2014, dir. 1991 'This Crying Age' Cold Meat Industry 1992 'Spindrift' Cold Meat Industry 1996 'Lech' Malignant Records 1999 'North' Ash International 2000 'Wood c/w Bridge/Field' Ash International 2001 'Wind' in collaboration with Chris Watson Ash International 2003 'Land' Touch 2004 'Live at Konzerthaus, Vienna' 06 12 03 Touch 2005 'Fade to White' Touch 2005 'Víkinga Brennivín' in collaboration with Stilluppsteypa Helen Scarsdale Agency...
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*  .. Beef Industry Scholarships Available .. Subscribe
Beef Industry Scholarships Available. KMZU STAFF. November 26, 2012. DENVER Nov. 26, 2012 – Ten scholarships of $1,500 each are being awarded to outstanding students studying for a future in the beef industry. The awards are sponsored by the Chicago Mercantile Exchange CME in cooperation with the National Cattlemen’s Foundation to graduating high school seniors or full-time undergraduate students enrolled at two-year or four-year institutions for the 2013-2014 school year. Deadline for scholarship applications is Dec. Applicants must demonstrate a commitment to a career in the beef industry through classes, internships or life experiences. Fields of study for potential scholarship recipients must be related to the beef industry and may include education, communications, production, research or other appropriate areas. Chairman of the National Cattlemen’s Foundation Board of Trustees John Lacey said the scholarship program helps the industry build stronger industry leaders for the future. “The futur...
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*  Lee Butcher @lee butcher Instagram photos | Websta (Webstagram)
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*  Four Years Later, Is The Beef Industry Better Off? | Government content from BEEF Magazine
Four Years Later, Is The Beef Industry Better Off. Government content from BEEF Magazine. . ' } //-->. About Us Contact Us Digital Editions Subscribe Advertise RSS Briefing Room. Skip to Navigation Skip to Content. BEEF Magazine. Search:. Register Log In. Display name or email address: *. Password: *. Remember me. Forgot Your Password. close. Beef Quality. Cattle Handling Animal Welfare Beef Quality Marketing/Product Promotion Beef Demand. Business. Estate Planning Industry Structure Management Pasture/Land Values People Products Disaster. Sectors. Seedstock Cow-Calf Stocker/Backgrounders Feedlots Processors Retail Foreign Trade Allied Industry. Health. Calving Weaning Vaccination Parasites Biosecurity BEEF Vet. Markets. Cattle Prices Grain Prices Marketing. Pasture Range. Grazing Systems Pasture Health. Government. Regulation Environment Ethanol. Nutrition. Feeding Systems Supplements Feed. Genetics. Breeding Systems Selection Tools. Advertisement. Home > Government > Four Years Later, Is The Beef In...
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*  Japan deal could open floodgates for US beef industry
... The U.S.-Japan beef export deal could supercharge beef exports to Japan this year. beef will lead to an immediate sales spike in Japan, and it could encourage other neighboring countries to admit more of what we export. A decade ago, the U.S. beef industry was going global like never before. case of mad cow disease was diagnosed in Washington State and the global marketplace for US beef immediately changed. Trade Representative Ron Kirk and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack have announced a deal that could supercharge beef exports to Japan this year. 1, 2013 Japan will accept U.S. beef from cattle less than 30 months old, up from the previous limit of 20 months. The only exception involves ground beef, which will continue under the old restrictions. The beef industry, for its part, has learned important lessons about responding to a crisis lessons that may help it later on, as new challenges emerge. In December of that year, however, a case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy, better known as BSE or m...
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*  Duck Rillettes Recipe | Epicurious.com
Duck Rillettes Recipe. Epicurious.com. Browse Recipes. My Recipes 0. Log in. Sign Up. Hi epicurious user. The Best Recipe for Crispy Potato Wedges. 7 Tricks From a Restaurant Pasta Station. Does Quinoa Need to Be Rinsed. 6 Ways to Un-Cinnamon Your Cinnamon Rolls. Browse Recipes. Log In. Sign Up. Hi epicurious user. Epicurious. Recipes Menus Expert Advice Ingredients Holidays Events Community Video. CHOCOLATE CAKE. Duck Rillettes. Gourmet April 2001. 2/4. reviews 11. 33% make it again. Photo by Romulo Yanes. Cook. Reviews 11. . Ingredients. 1 5- to 5 1/2 pound Pekin duck sometimes called Long Island duck, including neck 2 tablespoons Armagnac or Cognac 2 cups plus 2 tablespoons water 3 medium shallots, sliced 2 garlic cloves, halved 2 carrots, 1 cut into 1/4-inch-thick slices and 1 finely chopped 4 sprigs fresh thyme 1 large bay leaf not California 1 3/4 teaspoons kosher salt 1/2 teaspoon whole black peppercorns 1 1/2 teaspoons unflavored gelatin 2 tablespoons finely chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley. Accomp...
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*  Analysts say loss of Zilmax may have little impact on market - Subscribe - Capital Press
... Capital Press. Livestock Horses. Analysts weigh in on loss of Zilmax, a cattle feeding additive, now that the dust has settled on bans by Tyson and Cargill and suspension by Merck. With the dust settling somewhat on a ban by Tyson and Cargill on the use of Zilmax, an additive to increase lean muscle gain in cattle, and suspension of the beta-agonist by manufacturer Merck Animal Health, cattle industry analysts are weighing in on what impact it will have on beef production. Fed in the final days of finishing cattle headed to the packer, Zilmax improves feed efficiency and can increase carcass weights by up to 21 pounds, according to Merck. Another beta agonist, Elanco’s Optaflexx, is still available to cattle feeders, and analysts seem to agree feedlots that used Zilmax will switch to Optaflexx, which doesn’t add as much weight as Zilmax, they say. The loss of Zilmax use leaves the impression that carcasses are going to lose 20 to 25 pounds or half a billion pounds of beef annually, but that...
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... Capital Press. Livestock Horses. Analysts weigh in on loss of Zilmax, a cattle feeding additive, now that the dust has settled on bans by Tyson and Cargill and suspension by Merck. With the dust settling somewhat on a ban by Tyson and Cargill on the use of Zilmax, an additive to increase lean muscle gain in cattle, and suspension of the beta-agonist by manufacturer Merck Animal Health, cattle industry analysts are weighing in on what impact it will have on beef production. Fed in the final days of finishing cattle headed to the packer, Zilmax improves feed efficiency and can increase carcass weights by up to 21 pounds, according to Merck. Another beta agonist, Elanco’s Optaflexx, is still available to cattle feeders, and analysts seem to agree feedlots that used Zilmax will switch to Optaflexx, which doesn’t add as much weight as Zilmax, they say. The loss of Zilmax use leaves the impression that carcasses are going to lose 20 to 25 pounds or half a billion pounds of beef annually, but that...
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*  Analysts say loss of Zilmax may have little impact on market - Ag Sectors - Capital Press
... Capital Press. The West's AG Weekly Since 1928. Ag Sectors. Analysts weigh in on loss of Zilmax, a cattle feeding additive, now that the dust has settled on bans by Tyson and Cargill and suspension by Merck. With the dust settling somewhat on a ban by Tyson and Cargill on the use of Zilmax, an additive to increase lean muscle gain in cattle, and suspension of the beta-agonist by manufacturer Merck Animal Health, cattle industry analysts are weighing in on what impact it will have on beef production. Fed in the final days of finishing cattle headed to the packer, Zilmax improves feed efficiency and can increase carcass weights by up to 21 pounds, according to Merck. Another beta agonist, Elanco’s Optaflexx, is still available to cattle feeders, and analysts seem to agree feedlots that used Zilmax will switch to Optaflexx, which doesn’t add as much weight as Zilmax, they say. The loss of Zilmax use leaves the impression that carcasses are going to lose 20 to 25 pounds or half a billion pounds...
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*  Analysts say loss of Zilmax may have little impact on market - Energy - Capital Press
... Capital Press. Ag Sectors. Analysts weigh in on loss of Zilmax, a cattle feeding additive, now that the dust has settled on bans by Tyson and Cargill and suspension by Merck. With the dust settling somewhat on a ban by Tyson and Cargill on the use of Zilmax, an additive to increase lean muscle gain in cattle, and suspension of the beta-agonist by manufacturer Merck Animal Health, cattle industry analysts are weighing in on what impact it will have on beef production. Fed in the final days of finishing cattle headed to the packer, Zilmax improves feed efficiency and can increase carcass weights by up to 21 pounds, according to Merck. Another beta agonist, Elanco’s Optaflexx, is still available to cattle feeders, and analysts seem to agree feedlots that used Zilmax will switch to Optaflexx, which doesn’t add as much weight as Zilmax, they say. The loss of Zilmax use leaves the impression that carcasses are going to lose 20 to 25 pounds or half a billion pounds of beef annually, but thatȁ...
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*  More Beef Recalled Because Of E. Coli - tribunedigital-chicagotribune
more beef recalled because of e coli tribunedigital chicagotribune sections home news business sports a e lifestyles opinion real estate cars jobs home news business sports a e lifestyles opinion real estate cars jobs across the nation more beef recalled because of e coli omaha october by from tribune news services nebraska the strain of e coli bacteria that has plagued the meat industry prompted another recall wednesday involving pounds of ground beef beefamerica operating co said the recall involved meat produced on oct most of which had not reached the retail level and that no illness had been linked to it we believe the majority of this product is at the distribution level beefamerica president robert norton said earlier this month the same company recalled pounds of ground beef for the same reason that followed the recall in august of million pounds of boneless beef produced by hudson food co in columbus neb the beef industry has said it is creating a task force to reduce levels of the bacterium in meat ...
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*  Butcher's Broom : Reviews at Nutritional Tree
... Brand Bioforce USA 1 Christopher's Original Formulas 1 GNC 1 Nature's Answer 1 Nature's Herbs 1 Show More Brands... Nature's Sunshine 1 Nature's Way 1 Puritan's Pride 1 Solaray 3 Solgar 1 Source Naturals 1 Vitamin Shoppe 1 Vitamin World 1. Rating At Least 1 Star 6 At Least 2 Stars 6 At Least 3 Stars 6 At Least 4 Stars 6 5 Stars 1. Butchers Broom 470 mg from Puritan's Pride 100 Capsules Rating:. Write Review/Opinion. Butchers Broom 400 mg from Nature's Sunshine 100 Capsules Rating:. Write Review/Opinion. Butchers Broom 500 mg from Source Naturals 100 tablets Rating:. Write Review/Opinion. Butcher's Broom 440 MG from Solaray 100 Capsules Rating:. Write Review/Opinion. Butchers Broom Root 470 mg from Nature's Way 100 Capsules Rating:. Write Review/Opinion. Write Review/Opinion. Butchers Broom 470 mg from Vitamin World 100 Capsules Rating: Unrated. Write Review/Opinion. Butchers Broom Extract from Vitamin Shoppe 100 Capsules Rating: Unrated. Write Review/Opinion. Butchers Broom from Solgar 100 Vegi Caps Rati...
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*  Beef industry undeniably changing | Livestock content from Southwest Farm Press
Beef industry undeniably changing. Livestock content from Southwest Farm Press. Skip to Navigation Skip to Content Southwest Farm Press. Home Cotton Peanuts Grains Vegetables Water Shortage Livestock Irrigation Markets Government Equipment Weather. Advertisement. Home > Livestock > Beef industry undeniably changing Beef industry undeniably changing Sep 30, 2011 Kris Ringwall, Beef Specialist, NDSU Extension Service. 0 What is in this article?: Beef industry undeniably changing Trauma No. The beef world is changing, but one should avoid the word chaotic because the beef world has a lot of structure and is far from disorganized. The beef world is changing, but one should avoid the word chaotic because the beef world has a lot of structure and is far from disorganized. Cattle are no different. It was well-understood that a pasture without forage is a pasture without cows. Let s return to the North Dakota Farm Management education program http://www.ndfarmmanagement.com, along with FINBIN http://www.finbi...
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*  Antibiotic apocalypse is bigger threat than global warming, British health chief says | GlobalPost
Antibiotic apocalypse is bigger threat than global warming, British health chief says. GlobalPost. Health. on Jan 24, 2013 @ 2:36 PM. Jan 24, 2013 @ 2:36 PM Published. Antibiotic apocalypse is bigger threat than global warming, British health chief says. Probiotics help to reduce the negative symptoms of antibiotics. We've been exposed to so many unnecessary antibiotic drugs in our lives that they now don't work as well as they used to. Researchers have sounded the alarm on this threat for years. Now, a top health official in England is warning that the threat of antibiotic resistance poses a public health crisis that is comparable to the threat of global warming, BBC News reported. Professor Dame Sally Davies, the chief medical officer of England, says that bacteria are rapidly adapting to evade the drugs, the National Post reported ."It is clear that we might not ever see global warming, the apocalyptic scenario is that when I need a new hip in 20 years I'll die from a routine infection because we've run ou...
http://globalpost.com/dispatch/news/health/130124/antibiotic-apocalypse-bigger-threat-global-warming-british-health-chief-
*  Gene Baur's Bloggings: Factory Farming
... Gene Baur's Bloggings. Downed Animals. Factory Farming. Factory Farming. Posted at 02:27 PM in Agribusiness, Factory Farming, Muse & Views. Posted at 11:09 AM in Confinement, Factory Farming, Legislation. 07/08/2009 Agribusiness Subverts Democratic Process The factory farming industry has a lot to hide, and when its harmful behavior is exposed, there are inevitable calls for change. Posted at 11:11 AM in Agribusiness, Factory Farming. 03/19/2009 Incremental Steps for Downers Last week, the United States Department of Agriculture strengthened its policy to prevent the slaughter of downed cattle for human food by closing loopholes that allowed downed cows to enter the human food supply under certain circumstances. In the 1990s, we broadened our effort to address the abuse of downed animals at slaughterhouses, in addition to stockyards and auctions. In 2001, Farm Sanctuary brought a lawsuit to end the slaughter of downed animals for human food, citing animal welfare and human health concerns, including the ...
http://farmsanctuary.typepad.com/gene_baurs_bloggings/factory-farming/page/3/
*  Feedlot
Image:Beef cattle on a feedlot in the Texas Panhandle A 'feedlot' or feed yard is a type of animal feeding operation AFO which is used in intensive animal farming for finishing livestock, notably beef cattle, but also swine, horses, sheep, turkeys, chickens or ducks, prior to slaughter. Large beef feedlots are called concentrated animal feeding operations CAFOs in the United States. 1 and intensive livestock operations ILOs http://www.agriculture.gov.sk.ca/Default.aspx?DN=98892fe8-ed63-4840-a7ba-5045d33bd0c5 or confined feeding operations CFOs http://www1.agric.gov.ab.ca/$department/deptdocs.nsf/all/epw2069 in Canada. Scheduling and diet Waste recycling History Marketing See also References External links Further reading. Once cattle obtain an entry-level weight, about 650 to 700 pounds 300 kg, they are transferred to a feedlot to be fed a specialized animal feed which consists of corn, corn byproducts some of which is derived from ethanol and high fructose corn syrup production, milo, barley, and other grain...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feedlot
*  Ractopamine May Trigger Temporary Ban on Some U.S. Meats
Ractopamine May Trigger Temporary Ban on Some U.S. Ractopamine May Trigger Temporary Ban on Some U.S. Russia may impose a temporary ban on the import of some U.S. and Canadian beef and pork products as of Feb. Russia's Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance Service said last week that both countries were continuing to send chilled meat products to Russia that violated its import rules that require such proteins be free of residues from the feed additive ractopamine. beef and pork to Russia. The Russian veterinary group is especially concerned about the import of chilled meat products to Russia, the service said in an English-language statement on its Web site. Adding to their stated concerns, such chilled pork and beef products were showing up in the Russian marketplace before the laboratory test results for ractopamine had come back. Ractopamine is used as a feed additive by livestock producers in the United States and Canada and elsewhere. meat industry's ability to find empty storage capacity in the pub...
http://nationalhogfarmer.com/print/marketing/ractopamine-may-trigger-temporary-ban-some-us-meats
*  Cold, damp and barbaric - conditions for meat workers
... SUBSCRIBE. GET IN TOUCH. News. International. Comment. Features. Reviews. Events. Subscribe. Get in touch. Cold, damp and barbaric - conditions for meat workers. Published Tue 19 Feb 2013 Issue No. Conditions for meat processing workers are barbaric. Most are paid the minimum wage to work long hours in the cold and damp. The skilled workers are the boners. But they generally finish their working life in the meat industry by their mid thirties. Boners work with a gauntlet and a long knife. Meat inspection by the government’s Meat Hygiene Service MHS has been steadily deregulated over the past two decades. To put it simply there are no vets from the MHS in large abattoirs on the night shift and none at any time in small abattoirs. The FSA says that up to 6 percent of horses. But substituting horse meat for beef lets firms grab more than £258,000 extra in profits for every 25 tonnes. Article information Features Tue 19 Feb 2013, 16:26 GMT Issue No. Share this article Email. Paper. Click here to download thi...
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*  .. Judge refuses to block new meat labeling rules .. More Headlines .. California wildfire destroys
Judge refuses to block new meat labeling rules. Published: September 12, 2013, 9:08 pm. Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window. Click to share on Google+ Opens in new window. Share on Facebook Opens in new window. Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window. AP — A federal judge has refused to block new rules that require the meat industry to include specific information about the origin of their products on labels. The new rules took effect in May and require labels for steaks, ribs and other cuts of meat include clear information about where the animals were born, raised and slaughtered. The labeling rules have support from consumer groups, environmental groups and some other farmers’ groups. Under the new rules, labels must specify, for example, “Born in Mexico, raised and slaughtered in the United States.” The previous labeling rule required only the country of origin to be noted, such as “Product of U.S.” or “Product of U.S. The Agriculture Department has also prohibited meat processors from...
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*  E. coli outbreak points to gaps in US food system
coli outbreak points to gaps in US food system. June 2, 2011 E. coli outbreak points to gaps in US food system June 2, 2011 By LAURAN NEERGAARD, AP Medical Writer. coli hitting Europe points out gaps in the U.S. food safety system that raise concern that similar outbreaks might happen here. Today, the food industry and health authorities focus mostly on a single strain of the bacteria that until now was considered the most dangerous. colis" were sickening more and more people well before this extra-deadly European bug burst on the scene. The Food and Drug Administration has stepped up testing of those foods imported from affected countries as a precaution, although very little is imported. colis in beef, a policy being reviewed by the Obama administration. "You cannot test your way to safety, you just can't do it." The produce industry says it's not waiting on the FDA. colis, knowing that other foods tend to follow the meat industry. colis. Later this year, the CDC will begin a study to identify risk factors,...
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*  Irradiation could stop spread of mad cow disease | Craig Daily Press
Irradiation could stop spread of mad cow disease. Craig Daily Press. Home. Explore Craig. Classifieds. Craig Homefinder. Extra Extra. eEdition. Your Health. Print Subscription. Sign in. Register. Craig Daily Press. Jump to content. 51. Mostly Cloudy Hi 66 Lo 42. . Home. News. Local news. Your Health. Schools and education. Business. Election. On the record. Faith. Obituaries. Births. Weddings. Extra. Extra. Sports. Opinion. Letters to the editor. Columns. Submit a letter. Discussions. Video Photography. Photo Galleries. Video Galleries. Submit a photo. Community. Submit. Anniversary. Birth. Engagement. Letter to Editor. News story suggestion. Obituary. Photos. Press release. Wedding. Classified ad. Request. Magazines. Breaking news alerts. E-edition. Public notices. Irradiation could stop spread of mad cow disease. Email, Facebook, Twitter. Comment. Advertisement. To the Editor:. In view of recent concerns regarding mad cow disease and E coli bacteria, I have a few questions. Would irradiation rid meat of bac...
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*  Growth - Europa-Kommissionen - Nyheder
... . European Commission - Growth. Legal notice. Contact. Search. For a better experience, please enable Javascript. PassPork: pork under control Offentliggjort den: 04/11/2013. Within the European meat sector the pork industry is crucial both in terms of consumption and in terms of its commercial importance. Pork is the most produced and consumed meat in Europe 51 %, as well as the most exported. A recent EU-wide survey performed by European Food Safety Authority EFSA found that one in every ten pigs slaughtered in Europe is contaminated with Salmonella. PASSPORK would allow a rapid response where cases of contaminated meat are found. Currently, taking samples and sending them to a laboratory for analysis and results is a process that can last more than a day up to 7 days if classical microbiology is applied. The test device will also display the hygiene level of the meat by analysing E. coli as a hygiene indicator. Large enterprises in the pork industry may be able to afford the regular application of exp...
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*  Budget cuts may shut down meatpackers | Cattle Network
Budget cuts may shut down meatpackers. Cattle Network. Skip to main content. Close Menu. Home. News. Industry Markets USDA Market Reports Ag Policy Drovers Radio. Advice + Tips. My Beef Checkoff Cattle Disease Diagnostics Drovers Cow/Calf Cow Calf Cattle Feeding Pasture Rangeland Animal Health Center Quality Silage. Quotes + Weather. Quotes and Charts Weather Forecast Weather Radar Precipitation. Video Events + Contests. Calendar 40 Under 40 Live from 2015 NCBA. Community. I m a Drover Five Minutes With Contributors Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame. Magazine. Drovers/CattleNetwork Cow/Calf Producer. Drovers Cow/Calf Buyers Guide. Tractors 150 hp Pasture Management Small Farm, Ranch Vehicles and ATVs Calf Health Manure Management Silage Equipment. Webinars Facebook Link. Twitter Link. Instagram Link. RSS Index Link. Menu. Drovers Cattle Network. . Click here for navigation menu. Facebook Link. Twitter Link. Instagram Link. RSS Index Link. . Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Welcome. My Profile Joi...
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*  No Meat? Where do you get your PROTEIN? - Vegsource.com
No Meat. Where do you get your PROTEIN. - Vegsource.com. Store EXPO. Food. Green. Animals. Community. No Meat. Where do you get your PROTEIN. Get VegSource Alerts First Name Email. Your friend's email address:. Your email address:. When people find out that I eat very little animal product...more often than not, some sort of "protein" question is asked. This question shouldn't surprise me...We live in such a "must have enough protein" society thanks to the meat industry and don't forget those ATKINS guys. But there are so many fun ways to answer this question- I thought I would throw some out there for the fun of it. 1 "Where do I get my PROTEIN. The same way "meat" gets it's protein...GREENS" 2. "How are you supposed to gain muscle without eating any meat?" My answer: "You are right...we should tell the elephants that" The biggest animals- elephants, gorillas, rhinoceroses, hippos and giraffes all eat predominantly green vegetation. Most American's get TOO much animal protein the average American eats over 1...
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*  Buy Nature's Way - Butcher's Broom Root - 100 Capsules at LuckyVitamin.com
... Only $ TO FREE SHIPPING. Only 0.00 To FREE Shipping. Yeast-Free Yeast-Free Products marked yeast-free do not contain any yeast. Soy-Free Soy-Free Soy-free products do not contain soybeans or any other forms of soy. Wheat-Free Wheat-Free Wheat-free products contain no wheat or ingredients derived from wheat. Nature's Way - Butcher's Broom Root - 100 Capsules By Nature's Way 5. 4 Reviews Item #: 53865 MSRP: $8.99 $5.17 you save 42% Per Serving: $0.10 Serving Size: 2 Capsule s free shipping orders over $49. Overview Back to top Nature's Way - Butcher's Broom Root - 100 Capsules Item# : 53865 UPC# : 033674112502. Nature's Way - Butcher's Broom Root - 100 Capsules Nature's Way Butcher's Broom Root has been carefully screened for potency, purity, and quality. Specialities: GMP Certified, NSF Certified, Yeast-Free, Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Soy-Free, Wheat-Free, Aspartame Free, Preservatives Free, Corn Free, Peanut Free. Nature's Answer - Butcher's Broom Root Single Herb Nature's Answer B...
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*  Urban Dictionary: butcher's hook
... Vote Favorites Store. English. English. Indonesian. 2 butchers hook. Cockney rhyming slang for look. Lemme av' a butchers hook at that then John. Random Word. 12 Words related to butcher's hook. all hope is gone. butchers hook. slipknot. butcher's hook. Cockney rhyming sland for look. 3 Butcher's Hook. A Slipknot song, from All Hope Is Gone. Contrite - Commercial - Arrogance - Leprosy Consume The Bitch - The Fucker - Mindless - Like A Child For Pity's Sake - I've Had All That I Can Take We Try - But In The End We'll See There Are No More Codes Only Who Is Shit / And Who's Still Free I was gonna change the world with Honor and Aggression No one listened - no one cared All they saw was misdirection GO AHEAD AND DISAGREE / I'm giving up again... I DON'T WANT YOU ANYMORE I DON'T NEED YOU ANYMORE Fingerprint of God / Your new religions covet This vessel wasn't built to last But I will live forever/ you'll never have to say surrender Because you're so par...
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*  .. Vegan Soap .. Vegan Soaps from Amazon.com: .. Companies that offer vegan soap:
Vegan Soap You've got countless choices when it comes to vegan soap. Here are some of the best brands. Did you know that most bar soaps contain animal fat derivatives. As a byproduct of the meat industry, animal fat is inexpensive and widely-used not only in soap, but also in crayons, wax paper, and cosmetics. Animal fat derivatives include tallow, sodium tallowate, stearic acid and lard, to name just a few. It’s a safe assumption that unless a soap is labeled as vegetable-based, it is most likely made from slaughterhouse byproducts. Furthermore, many soap brands still rely on outdated animal testing, so you should always be on the lookout for the “cruelty-free” label. Dr. Bronner’s soaps are available in liquid and bar form, and have long been used by vegans and health enthusiasts alike. The company’s liquid soap is especially versatile since it can be used to clean your hands, face, hair, bathroom sink, kitchen floor, dishes, laundry and more. Many other vegan brands are now widely available. Your l...
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*  .. Tag: meat .. extra ingredients for green smoothies [part 8 of 9] .. PCOS and protein .. foods
March 1, 2009 June 1, 2012. January 4, 2009 June 1, 2012. November 25, 2008 June 9, 2013. Posted in Energy, Enzymes, Food Industry, Nutrition, Raw Food, Reader Letters, Standard American Diet Tagged animal protein, breastfeeding, China Study, digestion, Dr. October 8, 2008 April 29, 2015. Posted in Energy, Food Industry Tagged addiction, amino acids, antibiotics, energy, fatigue, meat, pathogens, plant foods, protein, steroids, USDA. September 10, 2008 May 28, 2012. September 9, 2008 April 29, 2015. Posted in Food Industry, Nutrition, Research, Standard American Diet Tagged antibiotics, hormones, meat, meat industry, stroke, studies. Archives Select Month October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 November 2013 October 2013 September 2013 August 2013 July 2013 June 2013 May 2013...
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*  DOG AND CAT MEAT CONSUMPTION | - In Defense of Animals- In Defense of Animals
DOG AND CAT MEAT CONSUMPTION. - In Defense of Animals- In Defense of Animals. - In Defense of Animals. PLEASE DONATE NEWSLETTER. facebook. twitter. pinterest. google+. youtube. rss. ABOUT IDA ABOUT IDA. Get Involved. Volunteer. Intern. Employment. Current Job Openings. Intern. Volunteer. Healthy Living. Protect the Earth. Prevent Animal Cruelty. Your Health. Take Action. Tabling Checklist. SUPPORT. One-Time Donation. Monthly or Quarterly Donations. Planned Giving. Tribute Gifts. Staff. Advisory Board. Victories and Highlights. Contact. Media Inquiry. CAMPAIGNS Elephant Protection. Circuses. What You Can Do. Campaign Home. Zoos. What You Can Do. Sanctuaries. Zoos vs Sanctuaries. Ten Worst Zoos For Elephants. Hall of Shame. Campaign Home. Campaign Home. What You Can Do. Campaign Materials. Resources. Team Contact. Blog. WILD FREE. Habitats Campaign. Fur. Fur Farms. Trapping. Dog Cat Fur. Fur Trim. Environmental. Take Action. Campaign Home. Geese. USDA. Population Control. Campaign Home. Urban Deer. Lyme Disease...
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*  .. Archive for the ‘PETA’ Category .. The Daily Stain .. Recent Posts .. Categories .. Say What
Archive for the ‘PETA’ Category. The Daily Stain. Posted in business, children, China, climate change, companies, CSR, culture, diabetes, emissions, environment, fitness, global, global warming, green, marketing, obesity, PETA, sustainability, transparency, USA, tagged beef, cars, cattle, China, climate change, contest, CSR, diabetes, exercise, fast food, food, global warming, meat, news, obesity, PETA, sustainability, vegetarian on March 25, 2010. Leave a Comment ». Today we look at food – from cattle having emission problem to the Chinese just not running long enough. And we end off with a piece on the not-so best looking vegetarians contest. Hope you have fun. 1 You got Beef with Climate Change. It seems as if everyone has some beef with climate change claims. The UN is being slaughtered from every angle by critics. Another UN study is being hammered for having cooked books. Okay, I’ll stop with the meat stories and refrain from using words like fried, raw, well-done, blood or anything else in that line ...
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*  Print
Almost all of these processed foods contain additives, substances intended to change the food in some way before it is sold to consumers. Air pollution from industrial farms can cause health problems in agricultural workers, in residents of neighboring communities, and in farm animals. Animal Welfare Every year, hundreds of thousands of animals experience terrible living conditions because the majority of meat, dairy, and poultry produced in the U.S. Antibiotics Bacteria are everywhere, including on the skin and in the digestive system of humans. In humans, antibiotics are used to treat health conditions caused by bacteria, including ear and skin infections, food poisoning, pneumonia, meningitis and other serious illnesses. Bottled Water American consumers drink vast quantities of bottled water, in part because they have bought into the idea that it is somehow safer than tap water. Collectively we spend hundreds of thousands of dollars per gallon for water in plastic bottles, when tap water is generally safer...
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*  Baking History - British Baker
... Home News Latest News Retail Plant Ingredients Products Equipment Market & City Health & Legislation People Business Support. Events British Baker's Christmas Stars British Baker Live Baking Industry Awards National Cupcake Week Foodex Food & Drink Expo Farm Shop & Deli Show Britain's Best Loaf. Intelligence Webinars Bakery Market Report 2015 Special Reports Technical Papers Product Brochure. Advertise Media Pack 2016 Features List 2015 Features List Publisher Statement Display Online. Get FREE News E-Alerts. Insights from the Bakery Market Report 2015 YOUR COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE UK RETAIL BAKERY MARKET To mark the launch of this year’s Bakery Market Report British Baker held a webinar on The Challenge of Bakery Retail, which was viewed by hundreds of attendees. Grain for Good: Natural Ingredients for a Fitter Future If you have a stake in the future of the bakery industry, and need market and technical insights on natural ingredients, this webinar is a must. Worldwide sodium landscape report 28 October, ...
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*  Scalding
... is a form of thermal burn resulted from heated fluid s such as boiling water or steam. Most scalds are considered first or second degree burns, but third degree burns can result, especially with prolonged contact. Scalding in food production Poultry and pork. Scalding milk. Most scalds result from exposure to high-temperature water such as tap water in baths and showers or cooking water boiled for the preparation of foods. Cool the scald for about 20 minutes with cool or lukewarm water, such as water from a tap., Treating Burns and Scalds. With second-degree burn s, blister s will form, but should never be popped, as it only increases chances of infection. With third-degree burn s, it is best to wrap the injury very loosely to keep it clean, and seek expert medical attention. Treatments to avoid. Scalding in food production. Poultry and pork. Methods including immersion in tanks of hot water or spraying with steam. A hard scald of 58 °C 136.4 °F for 2.5 minutes will remove the epidermis of poultry and th...
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*  Something's Rotten... | Mother Jones
Mother Jones. Bush. Who s mad, the cows or the Bush cronies who say our meat inspection rules are sufficient. Or maybe it's just because we know that the meat industry and its allies in Congress have for years managed to kill every effort to reform the inspection and feed rules -- including one that would have kept meat from this particular dairy cow from ever reaching anybody's plate. And with the arrival of Bush and Secretary of Agriculture Ann Veneman -- an agribusiness lobbyist before joining Bush's team -- the industry has been given red-carpet treatment. "Veneman was put in charge of the Department of Agriculture by President Bush because he knew the longtime advocate for the genetic modification of food, factory farming and free trade policies that favor big agribusiness over family farmers and consumers could be counted on to choose the side of business interests over the public interest. Veneman did just that when she announced that mad cow disease had been found in the United States. In fact, the US...
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*  Prozac in Poultry Is Better Than Penicillin | Michael Greger, M.D.
Prozac in Poultry Is Better Than Penicillin. Michael Greger, M.D. Huffpost Healthy Living. Follow Newsletters. Get Healthy LivingNewsletters Email address. Enter Email Address. Huffington Post Search. Search The Huffington Post Enter Search Terms. iOS app. Android app. Women. Go to Women More in Women. Women's Health. Style. Weddings. Divorce. Parents. Healthy Living. Black Voices. Latino Voices. Taste. Go to Taste More in Taste. Healthy Eating. Food. Healthy Living. Travel. Good News. Go to Good News You Might Also Like. GPS for the Soul. Impact. Healthy Living. Arts. Parents. Go to Parents More in Parents. Food. Taste. Arts. Post 50. Style. Go to Style More in Style. Prozac in Poultry Is Better Than Penicillin Posted: 05/03/2012 11:08 am EDT. poultry industry is still using a prohibited class of antibiotics in violation of a 2005 ban. One of the human infections quinolones can be critical for the treatment of is Campylobacter, the most common bacterial cause of foodborne illness in the United States. The ro...
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*  White Suffolk
... is an australia n breed of meat sheep developed for australian conditions work commenced on a breeding program in the mid s with experimentation conducted by professor e roberts university of new south wales his aim was to produce a breed with the conformation structure and growth of the suffolk but with a white head legs and body professor roberts had observed that despite the suffolk breed producing clearly the best lambs it commanded only a small share of the australian prime lamb market the main reason for this reluctance was caused by the dark points and the reduced skin values in the s other breeders also took up the challenge to develop the breed with improved quality and numbers it was then developed from breeding programs involving the suffolk breed initially crossed with a white breed mainly poll dorset s the white suffolk is producing good results in a variety of pastoral mixed farming and higher rainfall districts in u s genetics became available and have now been infused into a percentage of...
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*  The Cost of Cheap Chicken | Slow Food International - Good, Clean and Fair food.
The Cost of Cheap Chicken. Slow Food International - Good, Clean and Fair food. Languages. Italiano. Fran ais. Espa ol. Deutsch. Portugu s. 日本語. Press. Leader area. Contact us. JOIN US. DONATE. GET THE NEWSLETTER. Home. About us. About us. Our philosophy. Our history. Our structure. Where we are. FAQs. Our network. Our network. Network of members. Terra Madre network. Slow Food Youth Network. University of Gastronomic Sciences. Indigenous Terra Madre Network. What we do. What we do. Preserve biodiversity. Educate. International events. Hot topics. Get involved. Get involved. Become a member. Donate. Save a product. Be a responsible consumer. Resources. Slow Food Foundation publications. Photo galleries. Videos. Slow Food Companion. Slow Food Almanac. Bite Size Slow Food. Archive. prev. next. The Cost of Cheap Chicken United Kingdom - 11 Aug 14 In a country that just a year ago decided to introduce the traffic light labeling system, using green, yellow and red to simplify too much, in our ...
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*  Stunning
'Stunning' is the process of rendering animals immobile or unconscious, without killing the animal, prior to their being slaughtered for food. History Modern methods Electrical stunning. Modern methods, such as the captive bolt pistol and electric tongs were required and the Act's wording specifically outlawed the poleaxe. Modern methods. In modern slaughterhouses a variety of stunning methods are used on livestock. Electrical stunning Gas stunning Percussive stunning. Electrical stunning. Electrical stunning is done by sending an electric current through the brain and/or heart of the animal before slaughter. It is reported the CrustaStun renders the shellfish unconscious in 0.3 seconds and kills the animal in 5 to 10 seconds, compared to 3 minutes to kill a lobster by boiling or 4.5 minutes for a crab. With gas stunning animals are exposed to a mixture of breathing gases carbon dioxide for example, but historically carbon monoxide was used that produce unconsciousness or death through hypoxia or asphyxia. Su...
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*  What The Shutdown Means For Your Health | TIME.com
What The Shutdown Means For Your Health. TIME.com. Time.com. MY ACCOUNT SIGN IN SIGN OUT SUBSCRIBE Home. Health. Subscribe Newsletters Feedback Privacy Policy Your California Privacy Rights Terms of Use Ad Choices. RSS TIME Apps TIME for Kids Advertising Reprints and Permissions Site Map Help Customer Service. 2015 Time Inc. All rights reserved. Subscribe. Sign In Subscribe. What The Shutdown Means For Your Health By Alexandra Sifferlin @acsifferlin Oct. Related What Happens to Food Safety if There’s a Government Shutdown. Food Safety News. Department of Health and Human Services contingency staffing plan involves furloughing about half of its employees, who work at agencies ranging from the Centers for Disease Control CDC, which is responsible for monitoring outbreaks such as flu as well as the nation s global AIDS efforts and the national childhood immunization efforts, to the Food and Drug Administration FDA, which handles food safety issues, and the National Institutes of Health NIH, the country s largest...
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*  .. Tag Archives: Sea Breeze Farm .. Spring with Sea Breeze Farm .. Post navigation ..
Spring with Sea Breeze Farm.  Guests first met at La Boucherie, the showcase restaurant for Sea Breeze Farm products such as eggs, dairy and meat, and enjoyed a leisurely four-course lunch.  Sea Breeze Farm is a diverse, multi-species, “beyond organic”, grass-based animal farm. Produced with a high level of care and respect for the land and animals, our lunch was both delicious and satisfying. Lunch at La Boucherie.  George explained how the farm was primarily an egg and dairy farm, and meat was a by-product of production. As with many small farms, animals such as chickens, pigs and cows are part of a healthy cycle of production: cows provide milk, and chickens provide eggs but they also give fertilizer and help break down the cow patties.  Like most dairy operations, males have few opportunities for usefulness since they do not provide milk but they drink it.  Sea Breeze does use males whenever breeding is necessary, and the farm offers a grass-fed veal, or “rose veal” which is red in color because i...
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*  .. Daily Archives: June 2, 2009 .. Spring with Sea Breeze Farm .. Post navigation .. S
Spring with Sea Breeze Farm.  Guests first met at La Boucherie, the showcase restaurant for Sea Breeze Farm products such as eggs, dairy and meat, and enjoyed a leisurely four-course lunch.  Sea Breeze Farm is a diverse, multi-species, “beyond organic”, grass-based animal farm. Produced with a high level of care and respect for the land and animals, our lunch was both delicious and satisfying. Lunch at La Boucherie.  George explained how the farm was primarily an egg and dairy farm, and meat was a by-product of production. As with many small farms, animals such as chickens, pigs and cows are part of a healthy cycle of production: cows provide milk, and chickens provide eggs but they also give fertilizer and help break down the cow patties.  Like most dairy operations, males have few opportunities for usefulness since they do not provide milk but they drink it.  Sea Breeze does use males whenever breeding is necessary, and the farm offers a grass-fed veal, or “rose veal” which is red in color because i...
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*  Bills Digest 4 1996-97 Live-stock Export Charge Amendment (AAHC) Bill 1996 – Parliament of Aust
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... Compassionate Living The official magazine of Mercy For Animals. Horror in the Heartland: One Investigator's Story of Abuse on a Wisconsin Dairy Farm Sam Simon: Remembering a Hero Meet MFA: Jake Morton Walmart Gets Worse Transport Torture: Putting the Red Light on Animal Transport Cruelty The Future of Food: Exclusive Interview With Andras Forgacs Face-to-Face With Chick-fil-A Cruelty. Dairy's Sordid Story: MFA's Hidden Cameras Catch Mega Dairies Brutally Abusing Cows Meet MFA: Ari Solomon Ducks in Despair: Police Raid Duck Factory Farm Following MFA Investigation Daring Documentary: Exclusive Interview With Makers of Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret Nestlé Quik-Ly Tackles Animal Cruelty: World's Largest Food Company Announces Greatest Corporate Victory Ever for Farmed Animals Matty's Story: The Vicious Veal Industry Exposed. Burger King Cruelty: MFA Undercover Investigation Exposes Dark Side of Dairy Activist Spotlight: Eddie Garza Beg: Exclusive Interview with Rory Freedman Canada's Crated Cruelty...
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*  .. Tag Archives: animal fats .. Why My Family Loves Lard .. Why is lard such a misunderstood food?
Tag Archives: animal fats. Healthy Living Real Food. Why My Family Loves Lard February 27, 2012 – 12:00 PM. Today I’m rendering lard in my kitchen. Wait, did I just say a dirty word. You’d certainly think so. When I say the word “lard” to some people, they do a double-take, as though I’ve just uttered some foul language and should go wash my mouth out with soap. The picture shows two young adults who appear to be happy and healthy because they are imbibing. All joking aside, their vibrant health was not from the alcohol they drank nor their sparkling personalities. Lard is certainly not new to the human diet, but over the last 100 or so years, it’s been increasingly absent from our tables and kitchens. Why is lard such a misunderstood food. I’ve got one word: Marketing. Fats have been wrongly villanized in medical and health communities for many decades. Â This translated over to the food industry very well, and just as lard was once marketed as a health food, unhealthy, artificial fats started being marketed...
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*  What happened next? | Money | The Guardian
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*  .. Kiko’s Food News, 3.14.14
kiko s food news march th by kirsten the new farm bill heralds a shift in the types of farmers who benefit from taxpayer dollars reflecting lawmakersâ efforts to please constituents more focused on healthful foods organic farmers fruit growers and hemp producers all fare well in the new bill new york times in one application of the billâ s safeguards for farmers obama has announced additional assistance to californians impacted by the drought including up to million in livestock disaster assistance and million for water conservation usda on the darker side of food politics weâ ve seen the nationâ s four biggest meat companies steadily hike prices and widen their profit margins since obama took office this article shows why the presidentâ s antitrust plan has broken down under pressure from meat industry lobbyists slate researchers are studying whether antibiotics might promote growth in humans evidence shows that americaâ s obesity epidemic may be connected to our high consumption of these drugs new york time...
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(1/93) Observations on animal and human health during the outbreak of Mycobacterium bovis in game farm wapiti in Alberta.

This report describes and discusses the history, clinical, pathologic, epidemiologic, and human health aspects of an outbreak of Mycobacterium bovis infection in domestic wapiti in Alberta between 1990 and 1993, shortly after legislative changes allowing game farming. The extent and seriousness of the outbreak of M. bovis in wapiti in Alberta was not fully known at its onset. The clinical findings in the first recognized infected wapiti are presented and the postmortem records for the herd in which the animal resided are summarized. Epidemiologic findings from the subsequent field investigation are reviewed, the results of recognition and investigation of human exposure are updated, and recommendations for reduction of human exposure are presented.  (+info)

(2/93) Prevalence and incidence of carpal tunnel syndrome in a meat packing plant.

OBJECTIVES: To determine prevalence and incidence of carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) in a modern meat packing plant. The secondary objective was to explore the relation between ethnicity and CTS. METHODS: Six hundred and sixty five workers were interviewed and examined to find the prevalence of CTS. Subsequently, 421 workers without CTS were followed up and examined at a median interval of 253 days; of those, 333 remained without CTS and were again examined at a median interval of 148 days. RESULTS: The prevalence and incidence of CTS was 21% and 11/100 person-years, respectively. The incidence for Asian mixed, white, and other ethnicities was 12.0, 12.2, and 7.2 cases/100 person-years, respectively. The observed incidence for men and women was 9.7 and 18.4 cases/100 person-years, respectively. This difference was not quite significant (p = 0.068) with an estimated relative risk (women v men) of 1.9 (95% confidence interval (95% CI) 0.9 to 3.8). The interaction between sex and use of tools was significant (p = 0.04), however, although the relative risk for CTS in women who used tools was 4.2 the numbers were small and not significant. The relative risk for men who used tools was 0.64 and not significant. The percentage of incident cases with comorbid disease was only 6.3% (3/47). CONCLUSIONS: The prevalence and incidence of CTS in this workforce were higher than in the general population. However, the prevalence of CTS in this modern, mechanised plant was not significantly different from that reported in older plants. No relation was found between ethnicity, age, body mass index, and CTS for either prevalence or incidence. Comorbid disease among the cases of CTS is significantly less than that found in other industry.  (+info)

(3/93) Prevalence of Escherichia coli O157:H7 from cull dairy cows in New York state and comparison of culture methods used during preharvest food safety investigations.

A number of protocols for the cultural detection of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in clinical fecal specimens have been proposed. In the present study direct plating of cattle feces was compared to three different broth enrichment protocols, i.e., a protocol with modified E. coli broth with novobiocin, a protocol with Trypticase soy broth with cefixime and vancomycin, and a protocol with Gram-Negative Broth with novobiocin, for their relative abilities to detect E. coli O157:H7 in feces. In all enrichment protocols, dilutions of the enrichment broths onto 150-mm sorbitol-MacConkey agar plates to which cefixime and tellurite were added were used along with reading of agar plates at both 24 and 48 h. Fecal samples came from a preharvest food safety project in which feces from New York cull dairy cattle from a northeastern packing plant along with experimentally inoculated adult dairy cow feces were tested. The performances of the broth enrichments were comparable to each other, but the broth enrichments were superior to direct plating in their ability to detect E. coli O157:H7. Regardless of the culture protocol used, recovery of E. coli O157:H7 is more likely from fresh fecal specimens than from frozen samples. An overall prevalence of E. coli O157:H7 fecal shedding by New York cull dairy cattle of 1.3% was found in specimens just before processing at the packing plant.  (+info)

(4/93) The isolation of salmonellas from British pork sausages and sausage meat.

Between 1969 and 1974, 1467 packets (3309 samples) of pork sausages and sausage meat produced by two large and two medium sized manufacturers and several local butchers were examined for the presence of salmonellas. Of these, 435 packets (786 samples) were found to contain salmonellas, but there was a wide variation in the isolation rates according to the producer. The salmonella incidence in samples from several small and two medium sized producers was low (0-11%) while the results from the two large producers investigated showed a striking difference, the rate of salmonella contamination in the product of one was low (about 2%) and in that of the other consistently high (40-60%). A comparison of liquid enrichment media, incubation temperatures and selective agar media was also carried out to determine the most efficient combination for the isolation of salmonellas from minced meat products. The results showed that (a) incubation of enrichment cultures at 43 degrees C. yielded a consistently greater number of salmonella isolations that at 37 degrees C., regardless of plating medium, (b) tetrathionate broth A (Rolfe) was superior to selenite broth as en enrichment medium at both 37 and 43 degrees C. and (c) brilliant green agar gave better results than deoxycholate citrate sucrose agar and bismuth sulphite agar as a selective medium.  (+info)

(5/93) Carboxyhaemoglobin levels of smokers and non-smokers working in the City of London.

The carboxyhaemoglobin (COHb) levels of two groups of workers in the City of London were determined. The mean COHb in smokers (5-8%) was significantly greater than that of the non-smoking group (1-3%). In general, cigarette consumption could be directly related to the COHb level but there was considerable individual variation. The mean COHb level of manual workers was significantly lower than that of sedentary workers even though the former group tended to smoke more heavily.  (+info)

(6/93) Influence of the natural microbial flora on the acid tolerance response of Listeria monocytogenes in a model system of fresh meat decontamination fluids.

Depending on its composition and metabolic activity, the natural flora that may be established in a meat plant environment can affect the survival, growth, and acid tolerance response (ATR) of bacterial pathogens present in the same niche. To investigate this hypothesis, changes in populations and ATR of inoculated (10(5) CFU/ml) Listeria monocytogenes were evaluated at 35 degrees C in water (10 or 85 degrees C) or acidic (2% lactic or acetic acid) washings of beef with or without prior filter sterilization. The model experiments were performed at 35 degrees C rather than lower (8.0 log CFU/ml) by day 1. The pH of inoculated water washings decreased or increased depending on absence or presence of natural flora, respectively. These microbial and pH changes modulated the ATR of L. monocytogenes at 35 degrees C. In filter-sterilized water washings, inoculated L. monocytogenes increased its ATR by at least 1.0 log CFU/ml from days 1 to 8, while in unfiltered water washings the pathogen was acid tolerant at day 1 (0.3 to 1.4 log CFU/ml reduction) and became acid sensitive (3.0 to >5.0 log CFU/ml reduction) at day 8. These results suggest that the predominant gram-negative flora of an aerobic fresh meat plant environment may sensitize bacterial pathogens to acid.  (+info)

(7/93) Genotypic analyses of Escherichia coli O157:H7 and O157 nonmotile isolates recovered from beef cattle and carcasses at processing plants in the Midwestern states of the United States.

Escherichia coli O157:H7 and O157 nonmotile isolates (E. coli O157) previously were recovered from feces, hides, and carcasses at four large Midwestern beef processing plants (R. O. Elder, J. E. Keen, G. R. Siragusa, G. A. Barkocy-Gallagher, M. Koohmaraie, and W. W. Laegreid, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 97:2999-3003, 2000). The study implied relationships between cattle infection and carcass contamination within single-source lots as well as between preevisceration and postprocessing carcass contamination, based on prevalence. These relationships now have been verified based on identification of isolates by genomic fingerprinting. E. coli O157 isolates from all positive samples were analyzed by pulsed-field gel electrophoresis of genomic DNA after digestion with XbaI. Seventy-seven individual subtypes (fingerprint patterns) grouping into 47 types were discerned among 343 isolates. Comparison of the fingerprint patterns revealed three clusters of isolates, two of which were closely related to each other. Remarkably, isolates carrying both Shiga toxin genes and nonmotile isolates largely fell into specific clusters. Within lots analyzed, 68.2% of the postharvest (carcass) isolates matched preharvest (animal) isolates. For individual carcasses, 65.3 and 66.7% of the isolates recovered postevisceration and in the cooler, respectively, matched those recovered preevisceration. Multiple isolates were analyzed from some carcass samples and were found to include strains with different genotypes. This study suggests that most E. coli O157 carcass contamination originates from animals within the same lot and not from cross-contamination between lots. In addition, the data demonstrate that most carcass contamination occurs very early during processing.  (+info)

(8/93) Use of a marker organism to model the spread of central nervous system tissue in cattle and the abattoir environment during commercial stunning and carcass dressing.

Due to concerns about a link between variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease in humans and similar prion protein-induced disease in cattle, i.e., bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), strict controls are in place to exclude BSE-positive animals and/or specified risk materials including bovine central nervous system (CNS) tissue from the human food chain. However, current slaughter practice, using captive bolt guns, may induce disruption of brain tissues and mobilize CNS tissues into the bovine circulatory system, leading to the dispersion of CNS tissues (including prion proteins) throughout the derived carcass. This project used a marker (antibiotic-resistant) strain of Pseudomonas fluorescens to model the effects of commercial captive bolt stunning procedures on the movement of mobilized CNS material within slaughtered animals and the abattoir environment. The marker organism, introduced by injection through the bolt entry aperture or directly using a cartridge-fired captive bolt, was detected in the slaughter environment immediately after stunning and in the abattoir environment at each subsequent stage of the slaughter-dressing process. The marker organism was also detected on the hands of operatives; on slaughter equipment; and in samples of blood, organs, and musculature of inoculated animals. There were no significant differences between the results obtained by the two inoculation methods (P < 0.05). This study demonstrates that material present in, or introduced into, the CNS of cattle during commercial captive bolt stunning may become widely dispersed across the many animate and inanimate elements of the slaughter-dressing environment and within derived carcasses including meat entering the human food chain.  (+info)


How is meat packing different from 1906 then from now?


ok so like im doing a little report on meat packing industrys of 1906. we are going over the book "the jungle" and one of the things was how is meat packing different today. so this is my question.... how is meat packing different today then it was in the past?

[no homo]
wow. that dosnt discribe anything.
apparently yall are numb nuts. DIFFERENT FROM 1906... the working conditions and stuff..
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Back then they used knives and guns to put the animal down. Now they use a bolt.


Why is it so hard to be a vegan these days?


Have you noticed that there's meat in everything no matter where you go? Meat is unhealthy and disgusting, and I hate how the meat packing industry treat those poor innocent animals. As a vegan, what simple delicious recipies can I rely on?
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I'm not sure where you live, but it's getting easier and easier to be a vegan.

Enter a store. Look at the produce. You have all the fruits and veggies you could dream of. Frozen and bagged, premixed. Canned beans of every variety. Tofu by the tray even in mainstream stores, not to mention health food stores and specialty stores like Whole Foods and Trader Joe's! Even Walmart carries tofu! Look at all the pasta that comes in a whole grain or whole wheat option now - yes, extra protein! Look at all the canned vegetarian pasta sauces. The row after row of spices and flavoring.

You have the internet. You can go to a website like

http://www.vegweb.com

And you can type in "seitan" and it'll teach you how to make a home-made meat substitute made out of wheat flour. It's easy and it tastes like chicken if you prepare it in a recipe that calls for seitan. Look up seitan recipes. Look up tofu recipes there.

Even ten years ago, vegetarian websites were a little hard to come by, not to mention these extensive photographed, tried and tested recipe collections online. 

Go to the library and look up "vegetarian" or "animal rights" in your library computer. You'll find shelf after shelf of books written by people that share your feelings, with recipes and motivation and tips and general ideology.

Drive down any street. Fries are almost always vegan. Burger King now offers apple fries for health-conscious people. Taco Bell can make you a bean burrito without any dairy or eggs in it (al fresca style, I think it's called? I don't go there often myself but I know it's there!). Restaurants like Noodles and Co and BD's Mongolian BBQ offer vegan fare right off the bat, not to mention all the Chinese places that serve tofu dishes, all the Thai places that make vegan pad thai to order, all the salad buffets that exist now.

It's VERY easy to be vegan in 2008.




What can we do to transform the meat packing houses' sanitation to prevent lethal disease?


What can we do to stop the re-occurring outbreaks of E coli, salmonella, and other diseases, in the fast food industry, that are consequences of poor, unhygienic conditions in these meat packing houses?

It's a project and i need to know ideas for solutions. Atleast 3 please. For example: " implementing laws...." or "reducing/increasing  the amount of" etc

I've done some research as to just how disgusting our meat is handled but i can't think of solutions :/ ?

10 points please help!
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How Do I Transfer Over To A Vegetarian?


I'm 14 and I have been learning about global warming and that leads to a number of things like gas prices, oil, and meat packing industries. Every One vegetarian save up to 100 animals a year. So I play field hockey right now and I've been a semi vegetarian for a while so I get used to it, what's the best way to make the full turn to vegetarian? and what are the best vegetarian foods you know of?
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I made a straight switch to vegetarian about 20 years ago. There were not the veggie alternatives available then, so the first month was difficult, after that? Well i never dreamt of switching back. These days there are lots of alternatives to meat, although if you are concerned with environmental issues, some items might not be that great an alternative (highly processed and heavily packaged lines for example) Personally i like Quorn, its versatile, and easy to use instead of meat. If you are young and active? Then make sure you continue to get sufficient carbs, but a veggie diet is great for that, think Pasta, baked potatoes or rice dishes (veggie Chili).
And don't let anyone tell you that a growing person needs meat! Firstly its patronising, and second it just isn't true! You will obtain all the protein you need from a good balanced veggie diet.



What are substitutes for Maple Leaf Foods?


I am doing an economics commentary and talking about the recent listerosis crisis. I am trying to talk about how demand increased for other meat packing industries but I don't have any examples. Can someone give me examples of some and also, were they cheaper or more expensive than Maple Leaf Foods?
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Strangely enough Maple Leaf Foods owns Schneider's, Burns, Shopsy's and many others, it is hard to get away from it, I ama former chef and to actually get anything not made by them it is better to go to a smaller processor or deli/butcher shop, alot depend on the area of the country your in, I live in Toronto so I can get anything I want.


Do you know any vegetarians and/or vegans that work at meat-packing plants?


I would like to interview one. It's REALLY important!

I realize this would have to be cloak&dagger as nobody working at a meat-packing plant would admit to being a vegetarian around his work mates. 

Anyway it's just an idea for a documentary I have---Vegetarians and Vegans Who Handle Meat (what do you think?)

Thanks :)
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Isn't that an oxymoron?


how many pounds of meat does a typical meat packing plant process in one day?


I'm working on a paper regarding vegetarianism and I need a statistic about how many pounds of meat are processed daily in the average meat packing plant... anyone know?
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Hi all, I used this new supplement from http://dasert.yourfatfree.info. They have a risk free trial on at the moment. What it does, is flush out your colon, there can be as much as twenty pounds in there, and no measure of diet and exercise is about to get rid of it. Give it a try - I did, and shed 17 pounds LOL!!!


What saftey percautions should you take when working with dry ice all day long?


My son works with dry ice at a meat packing plant.  He scoops the dry ice into the packing boxes.  He wears no saftey mask.  He now sounds like he is getting sick.  Should he be wearing somekind of mask and where can he get one cheap?
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Well, when dry ice "melts", it's carbon dioxide, and that can be tough when it's inhaled on a regular basis. However, if it's kept cold enough, he should be fine.

The #1 important thing is to make sure he's wearing good gloves and staying warm enough. Taking extra antioxidants wouldn't hurt either, just to give a little boost.

Him sounding sick could be anything. He could be a bit overworked, which would wear down his immune system.... or he could have caught something from anyone he's passed along the way, too.