FDA ENHANCES MAD COW FEED U.S. Food and Drug Administration last week announced proposed changes to its 1997 ruminant-to-ruminant feed ban, often described as one of the "firewalls" that protect the U.S. cattle industry against an outbreak of mad cow disease. The changes prohibit brains and spinal cords of cattle 30 months and older, and brains and spinal cords from animals not inspected for human consumption from use in any animal feed, including chicken feed and pet foods. Those and other ...

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