Animal parts found in ‘all-vegetable’ feed

Despite published reports of a recent test showing 60 per cent of “all-vegetable” cattle feed contained animal protein, there is no increased risk of mad cow disease, according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
Between January and March this year, the food inspection agency tested 70 samples of cattle feed. Forty-one of the samples showed signs of “undeclared animal materials,” including bone and muscle fragments.
CBC News: Animal parts found in ‘all-vegetable’ feed: study

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