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Colo.State and federal regulators are holding a town hall meeting in Monte Vista to get public reaction on meat inspections. The Colorado Department of Agriculture and federal Food Safety Inspection Service plan to discuss the inspection process,
For Immediate Use Retrograde meat inspection changes threaten valuable meat trade The Public Service Association says allowing meat companies to do their own meat inspections is a retrograde step in quality control and could threaten New Zealand's
The Republic azcentral.com Gilbert's equine community has mixed reactions to a congressional action that raises the possibility that the slaughtering of horses in the United States may resume. Recently, Congress lifted a 5-year-old ban on funding
Horses could soon be butchered in the U.S. for human consumption after Congress lifted a 5-year-old ban on funding horse meat inspections . Activists say slaughterhouses could be up and running in about a month. Slaughter opponents pushed a measure
Cheri White Owl, founder of Horse Feathers Equine Rescue, is pictured Tuesday with one of the 33 horses she cares for in Guthrie, Okla. Slaughterhouses could be ready to kill horses within a month if the U.S. Local state lawmakers praised Congress'
Horses might soon be slaughtered in the U.S. for human consumption once Congress softly take back a 5-year-old ban on financing horse meat inspections, and militants states slaughterhouses might be up and running in as little as a month. <
Okla. Horses could soon be butchered in the U.S. for human consumption after Congress quietly lifted a 5-year-old ban on funding horse meat inspections, and activists say slaughterhouses could be up and running in as little as a month. Slaughter
Okla. (AP) — Horses could soon be butchered in the U.S. for human consumption after Congress quietly lifted a ban on funding horse meat inspections. Pro-slaughter activists estimate a slaughterhouse could open in 30 to 90 days
This follows the decision of the Food Standards Agency (FSA) at a meeting in Belfast last week to go ahead with plans to recoup from the industry the full cost of meat inspection in abattoirs and meat plants over three years starting from next April.
Vendors selling double-dead meat or botcha" should be fined as much as P500,000 and be imprisoned for as long as six years...Bacayo said amendments should be made in certain portions of the Republic Act 9296 or the Meat Inspection Code, which