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(1/502) Real-time monitoring of Escherichia coli O157:H7 adherence to beef carcass surface tissues with a bioluminescent reporter.

A method for studying bacteria that are attached to carcass surfaces would eliminate the need for exogenous sampling and would facilitate understanding the interaction of potential human food-borne pathogens with food animal tissue surfaces. We describe such a method in which we used a bioluminescent reporter strain of Escherichia coli O157:H7 that was constructed by transformation with plasmid pCGLS1, an expression vector that contains a complete bacterial luciferase (lux) operon. Beef carcass surface tissues were inoculated with the bioluminescent strain, and adherent bacteria were visualized in real time by using a sensitive photon-counting camera to obtain in situ images. The reporter strain was found to luminesce from the tissue surfaces whether it was inoculated as a suspension in buffer or as a suspension in a bovine fecal slurry. With this method, areas of tissues inoculated with the reporter strain could be studied without obtaining, excising, homogenizing, and culturing multiple samples from the tissue surface. Use of the complete lux operon as the bioluminescent reporter eliminated the need to add exogenous substrate. This allowed detection and quantitation of bacterial inocula and rapid evaluation of adherence of a potential human pathogen to tissue surfaces. Following simple water rinses of inoculated carcass tissues, the attachment duration varied with different carcass surface types. On average, the percent retention of bioluminescent signal from the reporter strain was higher on lean fascia-covered tissue (54%) than on adipose fascia-covered tissue (18%) following water washing of the tissues. Bioluminescence and culture-derived viable bacterial counts were highly correlated (r2 = 0.98). Real-time assessment of microbial attachment to this complex menstruum should facilitate evaluation of carcass decontamination procedures and mechanistic studies of microbial contamination of beef carcass tissues.  (+info)

(2/502) Outbreak of Hendra-like virus--Malaysia and Singapore, 1998-1999.

During September 29, 1998-April 4, 1999, 229 cases of febrile encephalitis (111 [48%] fatal) were reported to the Malaysian Ministry of Health (MOH). During March 13-19, 1999, nine cases of similar encephalitic illnesses (one fatal) and two cases of respiratory illness occurred among abattoir workers in Singapore. Tissue culture isolation identified a previously unknown infectious agent from ill patients. This report summarizes the preliminary epidemiologic and laboratory investigations of these cases, which indicate that a previously unrecognized paramyxovirus related to, but distinct from, the Australian Hendra virus is associated with this outbreak.  (+info)

(3/502) The prevalence of verotoxins, Escherichia coli O157:H7, and Salmonella in the feces and rumen of cattle at processing.

Fecal samples collected from cattle at processing during a 1-year period were tested for verotoxins (VT1, VT2), Escherichia coli O157:H7, and Salmonella. Verotoxins were detected in 42.6% (95% CI, 39.8% to 45.4%), E. coli O157:H7 in 7.5% (95% CI, 6.1% to 9.1%), and Salmonella in 0.08% (95% CI, 0.004% to 0.5%) of the fecal samples. In yearling cattle, the median within-lot prevalence (percentage of positive samples within a lot) was 40% (range, 0% to 100%) for verotoxins and 0% for E. coli O157:H7 (range, 0% to 100%) and Salmonella (range, 0% to 17%). One or more fecal samples were positive for verotoxins in 80.4% (95% CI, 72.8% to 86.4%) of the lots of yearling cattle, whereas E. coli O157:H7 were detected in 33.6% (95% CI, 26.0% to 42.0%) of the lots. In cull cows, the median within-lot prevalence was 50% (range, 0% to 100%) for verotoxins and 0% (range, 0% to 100%) for E. coli O157:H7 and Salmonella (range, 0% to 0%). Verotoxins were detected in one or more fecal samples from 78.0% (95% CI, 70.4% to 84.2%) of the lots of cull cows, whereas E. coli O157:H7 were detected in only 6.0% (95% CI, 3.0% to 11.4%) of the lots of cull cows. The prevalence of verotoxins in fecal samples was lower in yearling cattle than in cull cows, whereas the prevalence of E. coli O157:H7 in fecal samples was higher in yearling cattle than in cull cows. The prevalence of E. coli O157:H7 in fecal samples was highest in the summer months. Rumen fill, body condition score, sex, type of cattle (dairy, beef), and distance travelled to the plant were not associated with the fecal prevalence of verotoxins or E. coli O157:H7. The prevalence of verotoxins in fecal samples of cull cows was associated with the source of the cattle. It was highest in cows from the auction market (52%) and farm/ranch (47%) and lowest in cows from the feedlot (31%). In rumen samples, the prevalence of verotoxins was 6.4% (95% CI, 4.2% to 9.4%), and it was 0.8% (95% CI, 0.2% to 2.3%) for E. coli O157:H7, and 0.3% (95% CI, 0.007% to 1.5%) for Salmonella.  (+info)

(4/502) Update: outbreak of Nipah virus--Malaysia and Singapore, 1999.

During March 1999, health officials in Malaysia and Singapore, in collaboration with Australian researchers and CDC, investigated reports of febrile encephalitic and respiratory illnesses among workers who had exposure to pigs. A previously unrecognized paramyxovirus (formerly known as Hendra-like virus), now called Nipah virus, was implicated by laboratory testing in many of these cases. Febrile encephalitis continues to be reported in Malaysia but has decreased coincident with mass culling of pigs in outbreak areas. No new cases of febrile illness associated with Nipah virus infection have been identified in Singapore since March 19, 1999, when abattoirs were closed. This report summarizes interim findings from ongoing epidemiologic and laboratory investigations in Malaysia and Singapore.  (+info)

(5/502) Presence of Yersinia enterocolitica in tissues of orally-inoculated pigs and the tonsils and feces of pigs at slaughter.

In order to study the early events associated with infection of swine by Yersinia enterocolitica, 42 five-week-old crossbred piglets were inoculated per os with approximately 10(8) Y. enterocolitica O:3. Groups of 5 animals (and one negative control) were euthanized 30 min, 3, 6, 12, 24, 48 and 72 h following the infection. Palatine tonsils, retropharyngeal and mesenteric lymph nodes, esophagus, duodenum, jejunum, ileum (and Peyer's patches), stomach, liver, spleen and feces (from colon) were collected and analyzed for the presence of Y. enterocolitica by standard bacteriological procedures. Natural infections were also analyzed, as a complementary study, by taking one-gram samples of fecal material and tonsils from 291 pig carcasses less than 3 h after slaughter and culturing them for Y. enterocolitica using a cold enrichment technique. Within 30 min, Yersinia enterocolitica O:3 was already present at most sites. The presence of Y. enterocolitica in the liver of 3 out of 10 animals and also in the spleen of 3 out of 10 piglets, within the first 3 h postinfection, but not at later times (with one exception), probably indicated a transient bacteremia accompanying the initial stages of infection. The tonsils were colonized in most animals (13/20) as the bacteria remained present from 12 to 72 h postinfection, while only 4 out of 20 fecal samples were found to be positive over the same period. Up to 10(4) colony-forming units of Y. enterocolitica per gram of tonsil and fecal material were recovered. Finally, among the 291 animals sampled at the abattoir, a total of 79 were found positive, 70 of the tonsils sampled were positive, and bacteria were recovered in 17 fecal samples. It is therefore suggested that palatine tonsils are the most reliable tissue for the indication of an infection/colonization by Y. enterocolitica O:3 in swine and that the removal of this tissue during the slaughter process should be considered in order to minimize the possibility of contamination of meat products.  (+info)

(6/502) Shoulder impingement syndrome in relation to shoulder intensive work.

OBJECTIVES: To analyse the risk of shoulder impingement syndrome relative to shoulder intensive work. METHODS: A cross sectional study of a historical cohort of 1591 workers employed between 1986 and 1993 at a slaughterhouse or a chemical factory. Workers not doing tasks in slaughtering or meat processing constituted the reference group. Intensity of shoulder work in meat processing tasks was assessed by video based observations. Information on shoulder disorders was collected by questionnaire and by physical examinations. Impingement syndrome was diagnosed when shoulder symptoms had been present for at least 3 months during the past year and there were signs of subacromial impingement in the corresponding shoulder at physical examination. Shoulder function was assessed at the same occasion with the Constant scoring technique. Prevalence of shoulder impingement syndrome was analysed according to job title and cumulative exposure. RESULTS: Prevalence ratio for shoulder impingement syndrome was 5.27 (95% confidence interval (95% CI), 2.09 to 12.26) among currently working and 7.90 (95% CI, 2.94 to 21.18) among former slaughterhouse workers. Transformed model based prevalence ratios according to years in slaughterhouse work showed an overall association between cumulative exposure and risk for shoulder impingement syndrome. CONCLUSIONS: This study supports the hypothesis that shoulder intensive work is a risk factor for impingement syndrome of the shoulder. Despite the historical cohort design healthy worker selection may have influenced the exposure-response relation found.  (+info)

(7/502) Amplified fragment length polymorphism fingerprinting of Pseudomonas strains from a poultry processing plant.

Molecular typing has been used previously to identify and trace dissemination of pathogenic and spoilage bacteria associated with food processing. Amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) is a novel DNA fingerprinting technique which is considered highly reproducible and has high discriminatory power. This technique was used to fingerprint 88 Pseudomonas fluorescens and Pseudomonas putida strains that were previously isolated from plate counts of carcasses at six processing stages and various equipment surfaces and environmental sources of a poultry abattoir. Clustering of the AFLP patterns revealed a high level of diversity among the strains. Six clusters (clusters I through VI) were delineated at an arbitrary Dice coefficient level of 0.65; clusters III (31 strains) and IV (28 strains) were the largest clusters. More than one-half (52.3%) of the strains obtained from carcass samples, which may have represented the resident carcass population, grouped together in cluster III. By contrast, 43.2% of the strains from most of the equipment surfaces and environmental sources grouped together in cluster IV. In most cases, the clusters in which carcass strains from processing stages grouped corresponded to the clusters in which strains from the associated equipment surfaces and/or environmental sources were found. This provided evidence that there was cross-contamination between carcasses and the abattoir environment at the DNA level. The AFLP data also showed that strains were being disseminated from the beginning to the end of the poultry processing operation, since many strains associated with carcasses at the packaging stage were members of the same clusters as strains obtained from carcasses after the defeathering stage.  (+info)

(8/502) An outbreak of multidrug-resistant, quinolone-resistant Salmonella enterica serotype typhimurium DT104.

BACKGROUND: Food-borne salmonella infections have become a major problem in industrialized countries. The strain of Salmonella enterica serotype typhimurium known as definitive phage type 104 (DT104) is usually resistant to five drugs: ampicillin, chloramphenicol, streptomycin, sulfonamides, and tetracycline. An increasing proportion of DT104 isolates also have reduced susceptibility to fluoroquinolones. METHODS: The Danish salmonella surveillance program determines the phage types of all typhimurium strains from the food chain, and in the case of suspected outbreaks, five-drug-resistant strains are characterized by molecular methods. All patients infected with five-drug-resistant typhimurium are interviewed to obtain clinical and epidemiologic data. In 1998, an outbreak of salmonella occurred, in which the strain of typhimurium DT104 was new to Denmark. We investigated this outbreak and report here our findings. RESULTS: Until 1997, DT104 infections made up less than 1 percent of all human salmonella infections. The strain isolated from patients in the first community outbreak of DT104 in Denmark, in 1998 was resistant to nalidixic acid and had reduced susceptibility to fluoroquinolones. The outbreak included 25 culture-confirmed cases. Eleven patients were hospitalized, and two died. The molecular epidemiology and data from patients indicated that the primary source was a Danish swine herd. Furthermore, the investigation suggested reduced clinical effectiveness of treatment with fluoroquinolones. CONCLUSIONS: Our investigation of an outbreak of DT104 documented the spread of quinolone-resistant bacteria from food animals to humans; this spread was associated with infections that were difficult to treat. Because of the increase in quinolone resistance in salmonella, the use of fluoroquinolones in food animals should be restricted.  (+info)

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Abattoirs Act, 1988  Abattoirs Act, 1988
b) any abattoir licensed under the Abattoirs Act, 1988,",. (b) the substitution for section 4 (4) (c) of the following ... Application for abattoir licence.. 10.-(1) Every application for the grant or renewal of an abattoir licence shall be in such ... Suspension of abattoir.. 18.-(1) Whenever, in relation to an abattoir, an authorised officer is of opinion that there is grave ... Non-transferability of abattoir licence.. 13.-(1) The holder of an abattoir licence shall not transfer the licence to any other ...
more infohttp://www.irishstatutebook.ie/eli/1988/act/8/enacted/en/print
Less business for abattoirs and meat industry  Less business for abattoirs and meat industry
... 07/05/2001 10:00 Business was less brisk for abattoirs and the meat processing ... Production levels of abattoirs and meat processing (changes on previous month). The problems in the abattoir and meat ... The knock-on effects of the foot-and-mouth crisis are also being felt by the Dutch food industry in general, and the abattoir ... The dairy and cattle feed industries have also been affected by the crisis, but to a lesser extent than abattoirs and the meat ...
more infohttps://www.cbs.nl/en-gb/news/2001/19/less-business-for-abattoirs-and-meat-industry
Archives : 2016 | les Abattoirs  Archives : 2016 | les Abattoirs
After Cugnaux, Cahors and Saint-Cirq Lapopie, the Interactions exhibition unveils its last part at les Abattoirs - Frac Midi- ... acquired by les Abattoirs to add to their collection of artist's books , that an invitation was put forward to the artist. This ...
more infohttps://www.lesabattoirs.org/en/expositions/archives/2016
Astral confirms ammonia leak at Olifantsfontein abattoir  Astral confirms ammonia leak at Olifantsfontein abattoir
The Festive abattoir and neighbouring businesses were evacuated as a precaution. ... producer Astral Foods has confirmed that an ammonia leak occurred at the refrigeration plant at the company's Festive abattoir ... producer Astral Foods has confirmed that an ammonia leak occurred at the refrigeration plant at the company's Festive abattoir ...
more infohttps://www.engineeringnews.co.za/article/astral-confirms-ammonia-leak-at-olifantsfontein-abattoir-2019-07-12
Record fines for brain disease breaches at abattoir  Record fines for brain disease breaches at abattoir
An abattoir has been forced to pay a record £265,000 for breaching regulations designed to reduce risk to the public from brain ... An abattoir has been forced to pay a record £265,000 for breaching regulations designed to reduce risk to the public from brain ... Record fines for brain disease breaches at abattoir. 04 April 2019, Katie Coyne ...
more infohttps://www.cieh.org/ehn/2019/april/record-fines-for-brain-disease-breaches-at-abattoir/
Somalilands failing health facilities; Hospitals or Abattoirs? | Somalilandpress.com  Somaliland's failing health facilities; Hospitals or Abattoirs? | Somalilandpress.com
managerial staff are almost invisible. In-Patients are cared for more by relatives than an existing system. Visitors are not restricted. Cleanliness is not a top priority.. Resident doctors are a rarity. One gets hold of one in a crisis more on personal connections than on following a regimented schedule or system. It is quite impossible to find one in the late evenings until the next morning.. There is no control over nurses and nursing duties. No law or policy to put doctors and their assistants under strict supervision and control.. There is absolutely no accountability and no punishment for criminal negligences and intentionally perpetrated acts of horror on patients.. Paying Patients: More emphasis is placed on prompt payment at payment wards than public health care. Some of the rooms are more expensive than 70% - if not more - of fairly-equipped, modern hotel rooms in Hargeisa. At Gargaar, for instance, one notice paper splattered on all the corridors reminds sick inpatients that beds are ...
more infohttp://www.somalilandpress.com/somalilands-failing-health-facilities-hospitals-abattoirs/
Mercer Union  | ISLAND, BAR, AND ABATTOIR  Mercer Union | ISLAND, BAR, AND ABATTOIR
Island, Bar, and Abattoir. Hrabluik photographs her locations on site then takes her images back to the studio where she uses ...
more infohttp://www.mercerunion.org/exhibitions/island-bar-and-abattoir/
Owners move toward closing Torontos last abattoir - The Globe and Mail  Owners move toward closing Toronto's last abattoir - The Globe and Mail
... will be asked to appoint a receiver to sell the assets of slaughterhouse operated by Quality Meat Packers and Toronto Abattoirs ... The abattoir is in an industrial part of the city that borders the railway tracks. The plant's owners last year approached the ... On Tuesday, a Toronto judge will be asked to appoint a receiver to sell the assets of the abattoir that has been idled in ... and Toronto Abattoirs Ltd., two related companies that operate the plant that slaughtered 23,000 pigs a week, sought protection ...
more infohttps://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/owners-move-toward-closing-torontos-last-abattoir/article18408976/?cmpid=rss1
Abattoir takeover plans to cut plant numbers - Farmers Weekly  Abattoir takeover plans to cut plant numbers - Farmers Weekly
05 September 1997 Abattoir takeover plans to cut plant numbers By Tony McDougal and Allan Wright ABATTOIR bosses are drawing up ... Abattoir takeover plans to cut plant numbers. By Tony McDougal and Allan Wright ABATTOIR bosses are drawing up plans to ... Abattoir takeover plans to cut plant numbers. By Tony McDougal and Allan Wright ABATTOIR bosses are drawing up plans to ... Abattoir takeover plans to cut plant numbers. ABATTOIR bosses plan to rationalise the slaughtering industry by cutting cattle ...
more infohttp://www.fwi.co.uk/news/abattoir-takeover-plans-to-cut-plant-numbers.htm
Meat samples from Pretoria abattoir test positive for listeria  Meat samples from Pretoria abattoir test positive for listeria
A prohibition notice has been issued to an abattoir in the Tshwane area halting it from distributing meat after samples taken ... The abattoir now has to identify the source of contamination‚ disinfect its premises‚ and take surface swabs and water samples ... Gauteng health MEC Gwen Ramokgopa said the contaminated meat sample was traced to a shop in Pretoria and then to an abattoir. ... The provincial health department said on Saturday that investigators were led to the abattoir after a food sample linked to a ...
more infohttps://www.timeslive.co.za/news/south-africa/2017-12-30-meat-samples-from-pretoria-abattoir-prove-positive-for-listeria/
Expert Reveals Concerns Following Abattoir Worker Death  Expert Reveals Concerns Following Abattoir Worker Death
... at work claims specialist in Scotland has called for a full investigation to be carried out following the death of an abattoir ... at work claims specialist in Scotland has called for a full investigation to be carried out following the death of an abattoir ... that 48-year-old David Barker of Selkirk was fatally injured when a metal partition in use at the Scottish Borders Abattoir ...
more infohttps://www.irwinmitchell.com/newsandmedia/2011/january/expert-reveals-concerns-following-abattoir-worker-death-jq-993624
Australian cattle abused in Israeli abattoir | Animals Australia  Australian cattle abused in Israeli abattoir | Animals Australia
Animals Australia investigators have uncovered shocking and routine cruelty to cattle in one of Israel's biggest abattoirs. ...
more infohttp://www.animalsaustralia.org/features/live-export-investigation-israel.php
After beef ban, Hindu groups force Indian abattoirs to close | Top News | Reuters  After beef ban, Hindu groups force Indian abattoirs to close | Top News | Reuters
Members of a Hindu nationalist group have forced several abattoirs in the Indian state of Maharashtra to shut after a law was ... "Members of the VHP came to Deonar abattoir late at night and asked us to stop the slaughter, showing the copy of the High Court ... MUMBAI (Reuters) - Members of a Hindu nationalist group have forced several abattoirs in the Indian state of Maharashtra to ... Deonar, on the outskirts of Mumbai, is India's largest abattoir. The beef trade is mainly controlled by minority Muslims, ...
more infohttps://ca.reuters.com/article/topNews/idCAKBN0M010V20150304
China Abattoir Machinery, China Abattoir Machinery Manufacturers and Suppliers on Alibaba.com  China Abattoir Machinery, China Abattoir Machinery Manufacturers and Suppliers on Alibaba.com
China Abattoir Machinery Suppliers and Manufacturers Directory - Source a Large Selection of Abattoir Machinery Products at ... abattoir equipment manufacturers poultry abattoir abattoirs abattoir equipments abattoir abattoir equipment abattoire slaughter ... machine abattoir equipment chicken abattoir equipment abattoir equipment south africa abattoir machine abattoir meat hooks ... chicken abattoir slaughter house chicken abattoir equipment for sale abattoir knives chicken abattoir processing slaughter line ...
more infohttps://www.alibaba.com/countrysearch/CN/abattoir-machinery.html
New Figures Expose Myth of Mis-stunning in UK Abattoirs  New Figures Expose Myth of Mis-stunning in UK Abattoirs
... 07 April 2014 ... These reports are made by Official Veterinarians working in abattoirs and collated by the Food Standards Agency on behalf of ... "These new official figures reveal that mis-stunning is extremely rare in British abattoirs and expose the myth that mis- ...
more infohttp://www.thebeefsite.com/news/45501/new-figures-expose-myth-of-misstunning-in-uk-abattoirs/
First Bite: Sotto, or The Happiness of Abattoir Jocks | L.A. Weekly  First Bite: Sotto, or The Happiness of Abattoir Jocks | L.A. Weekly
Samson and Pollack are abattoir jocks.. If you like this story, consider signing up for our email newsletters.. SHOW ME HOW. X ... First Bite: Sotto, or The Happiness of Abattoir Jocks. Jonathan Gold , April 20, 2011 , 1:00pm ...
more infohttp://www.laweekly.com/restaurants/first-bite-sotto-or-the-happiness-of-abattoir-jocks-2382733
Go for high beef values to lift abattoir returns - Farmers Weekly  Go for high beef values to lift abattoir returns - Farmers Weekly
24 November 1995 Go for high beef values to lift abattoir returnsBeef bulls with above average beef values are proving their ... Go for high beef values to lift abattoir returns. Beef bulls with above average beef values are proving their worth on one ... You can see that visually and in abattoir returns.'. Over 100 finished cattle are sold from Wheeley Farm each year to Anglo ...
more infohttp://www.fwi.co.uk/news/go-for-high-beef-values-to-lift-abattoir-returns.htm
NSW Government introduces new animal welfare laws for domestic abattoirs | Australian Food News  NSW Government introduces new animal welfare laws for domestic abattoirs | Australian Food News
New legal requirements are being introduced in New South Wales and will require all abattoirs to designate an Animal Welfare ... All domestic abattoirs, by 1 January 2013, are required to designate a trained Animal Welfare Officer to be on the premises ... All NSW domestic abattoirs are required to comply with the mandatory adoption of Section 2 of the "Industry Animal Welfare ... The NSW Government has now completed its investigation of the abattoir and it will be fined a total of AU$5,200 for breaching ...
more infohttp://www.ausfoodnews.com.au/2012/05/17/nsw-government-introduces-new-animal-welfare-laws-for-domestic-abattoirs.html
Charlton residents rally over abattoir odour, disease fears | News Mail  Charlton residents rally over abattoir odour, disease fears | News Mail
FKG Group is planning to build an $80 million abattoir in the Witmack Industrial Park about 10km west of Toowoomba. ...
more infohttps://www.news-mail.com.au/news/public-rallies-over-abattoir-disease-fears/2823682/
Prevalence of Fascioliasis in Cattle Slaughtered in Sokoto Metropolitan Abattoir, Sokoto, Nigeria  Prevalence of Fascioliasis in Cattle Slaughtered in Sokoto Metropolitan Abattoir, Sokoto, Nigeria
... A. A. Magaji,1 Kabir Ibrahim ... "Prevalence of Fascioliasis in Cattle Slaughtered in Sokoto Metropolitan Abattoir, Sokoto, Nigeria," Advances in Epidemiology, ...
more infohttps://www.hindawi.com/journals/aep/2014/247258/cta/
Bacteriological Quality of Abattoir Effluents Discharged into Water Bodies in Abuja, Nigeria  Bacteriological Quality of Abattoir Effluents Discharged into Water Bodies in Abuja, Nigeria
Bacteriological characteristics of abattoir effluents (wastewater), abattoir water source, and water bodies receiving abattoir ... and Kuje abattoirs while borehole and well water were used at Gwagwalada and Kubwa abattoirs. Untreated abattoir wastewater was ... water servicing the abattoir, and water bodies receiving abattoir effluents. Bacterial concentrations (MPN/100 mL) of abattoir ... W. D. Nafarnda, A. Yaji, and H. I. Kubkomawa, "Impact of abattoir waste on aquatic life: a case study of Yola abattoir," Global ...
more infohttps://www.hindawi.com/journals/isrn/2012/515689/
Workers at Cradoc Hill Abattoir put down a sheep - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)  Workers at Cradoc Hill Abattoir put down a sheep - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Workers at Cradoc Hill Abattoir put down a sheep. Posted November 21, 2017 08:41:48 ... Footage obtained from Cradoc Hill Abattoir prompted an investigation but no violations were found. ...
more infohttps://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-11-21/cradoc-hill-abattoir/9174526
Abattoirs Branch line - Wikipedia  Abattoirs Branch line - Wikipedia
Railways in Sydney Steepest gradients Closed Sydney railway stations Abattoir Heritage Precinct Metro Meat Platform Abattoirs ... The Abattoirs Branch line is a closed railway line that ran from a junction between Lidcombe and Flemington railway stations ... Abattoirs Platform (Opened 17- December 1926. Closed 9 November 1984) Brickworks Platform Saleyards Platform The area served by ...
more infohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abattoirs_Branch_line
NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS - Abattoir Blues / The Lyre of Orpheus (Reissue) - Boomkat  NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS - Abattoir Blues / The Lyre of Orpheus (Reissue) - Boomkat
"Abattoir Blues" unleashes Cave's wit and tobacco-stained violence at it's most devastating. It's an often fabulous work from ... "Abattoir Blues" unleashes Cave's wit and tobacco-stained violence at it's most devastating. It's an often fabulous work from ...
more infohttps://boomkat.com/products/abattoir-blues-the-lyre-of-orpheus-reissue
  • David Maunder, director of Devon-based abattoir Lloyd Maunder, is chairing a group of 13 leading slaughterhouse bosses, which is looking to form a venture company to fund a system of buy-outs for plants intending to close. (fwi.co.uk)
  • All slaughtering line equipments can be made to order according to your condition ( custom-made ) cheapest 2016 halal chicken slaughter line abattoir machine Main Features : 1. (alibaba.com)
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  • Bacteria from abattoir waste discharged into water columns can subsequently be absorb to sediments, and when the bottom stream is disturbed, the sediment releases the bacteria back into the water columns presenting long-term health hazards [ 14 ]. (hindawi.com)
  • The abattoir and its associated factories were soon surrounded by suburbs, prompting complaints and public meetings objecting to the by-products and waste produced by the saleyards. (wikipedia.org)
  • Members of the VHP came to Deonar abattoir late at night and asked us to stop the slaughter, showing the copy of the High Court order," said Mohammad Ali Qureshi, president of the Bombay Suburban Beef Dealers Association. (reuters.com)
  • The Abattoir has a capacity to slaughter 5,000 sheep and goat, and 4,000 large animals (beef) in each shift. (wikipedia.org)
  • An accident at work claims specialist in Scotland has called for a full investigation to be carried out following the death of an abattoir worker. (irwinmitchell.com)
  • The NSW Government has now completed its investigation of the abattoir and it will be fined a total of AU$5,200 for breaching its licence conditions and it will be placed on the Food Authority's Name & Shame register. (ausfoodnews.com.au)
  • The RSPCA investigation into allegations of animal mistreatment under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act (POCTA) 1979 is ongoing and the abattoir could be subject to additional penalties under POCTA for acts of cruelty to animals. (ausfoodnews.com.au)
  • Footage obtained from Cradoc Hill Abattoir prompted an investigation but no violations were found. (abc.net.au)
  • Poultry producer Astral Foods has confirmed that an ammonia leak occurred at the refrigeration plant at the company's Festive abattoir, in Olifantsfontein, in the early hours of Friday morning. (engineeringnews.co.za)
  • was observed between bacterial counts of abattoir effluents and receiving water bodies 100 m downstream: an indication of contamination of receiving water bodies by abattoir effluents and possible public and environmental health hazards. (hindawi.com)
  • Such contamination of water bodies from abattoir wastes could constitute significant environmental and public health hazards [ 10 - 13 ]. (hindawi.com)
  • The official transport ban for cows, sheep, pigs and goats meant that hardly any animals could be supplied to abattoirs, and production was very limited. (cbs.nl)
  • An abattoir has been forced to pay a record £265,000 for breaching regulations designed to reduce risk to the public from brain diseases carried by cattle, sheep and goats. (cieh.org)
  • At that time, an abattoir was built for slaughter of livestock arriving from the north-west of the state including the Kimberley Region. (wikipedia.org)
  • Prior to this date most livestock in the country were only a few hours by road from the abattoir. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1. Independent study via the online Australian Abattoir Learning Resource . (edu.au)
  • Cattle from Kooline Station were featured in a 2011 episode of the ABC's Four Corners program that exposed cruel and inhumane treatment of Australian cattle in Indonesian abattoirs, resulting in the suspension of live export of cattle to Indonesia. (wikipedia.org)
  • The National Health Laboratory Service tested samples from the abattoir and found the listeria pathogen. (timeslive.co.za)
  • Police, local authority workers and animal rights activists dismantled an underground abattoir in La Courneuve, outside Paris on Sunday. (thelocal.fr)
  • The group is keen to stop the system of abattoirs which go into receivership being bought up and reopened at low cost. (fwi.co.uk)
  • Of these, 4,495 were oral-pharyngeal swab (tonsils) samples from pigs, 1,239 were from intestinal contents, and 3,039 were feces samples from abattoirs or local pigpens. (asm.org)
  • So vegetarian DI Annie has to investigate the local (legitimate) abattoirs. (wikipedia.org)
  • The local economy is underpinned by agriculture, abattoirs (which was closed in February 2011), transport and more recently tourism. (wikipedia.org)
  • Source of water to the abattoirs and the usage of water bodies receiving abattoir effluents were determined using questionnaires. (hindawi.com)
  • 3. 3-day Placement at an approved Department of Agriculture Export Abattoir or an approved international export abattoir in another country. (edu.au)
  • FKG Group is planning to build an $80 million abattoir in the Witmack Industrial Park about 10km west of Toowoomba. (news-mail.com.au)
  • Known variously as Robb Jetty, Robbs Jetty and Robb's Jetty, the abattoir grew out of a complex of private meatworks established in the late 19th century, including Forrest, Emanuel & Company and Connor, Doherty & Durack. (wikipedia.org)
  • A total of 8,773 samples were collected and examined from different pig abattoirs in 11 provinces from 2009 to 2011. (asm.org)
  • Minister for Primary Industries, Katrina Hodgkinson, today announced the new "animal welfare package" to lift animal welfare standards in all domestic abattoirs. (ausfoodnews.com.au)
  • Commenting on the new figures, Robin Hargreaves, President of the British Veterinary Association, said: "These new official figures reveal that mis-stunning is extremely rare in British abattoirs and expose the myth that mis-stunning is a greater animal welfare problem than non-stun slaughter. (thebeefsite.com)
  • The abattoir is located on a 16 hectares site in what was formerly a mainly agricultural area, although recent developments of the surrounding areas have placed it in a mostly residential area. (wikipedia.org)
  • In 1942, a contract was awarded to construct a Commonwealth owned abattoir in the area. (wikipedia.org)
  • Reports have revealed that 48-year-old David Barker of Selkirk was fatally injured when a metal partition in use at the Scottish Borders Abattoir site in Galashiels fell on him on Wednesday morning (January 19th). (irwinmitchell.com)
  • Facilities for the treatment of abattoir effluents are lacking, unlike in developed countries where these facilities are adequately provided [ 1 ]. (hindawi.com)
  • These reports are made by Official Veterinarians working in abattoirs and collated by the Food Standards Agency on behalf of Defra. (thebeefsite.com)