Don't risk food security

December 2006
Farmers Weekly;12/22/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 25, p21
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the promotion of food chain security by the speakers at the Cirencester conference at the Royal Agricultural College in England. Farmers who send pre-1996 cows to abattoirs instead of disposing of them under the Older Cattle Disposal Scheme are jeopardizing food chain security and putting the entire beef industry at risk according to Deidre Hutton, chairman of the British Food Standards Agency.


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