BSE spurs ban on feeding broiler litter to cattle

US - Recent expanded safeguards against "mad cow disease" announced Jan. 26 by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration may require some East Texas beef producers to rethink their winter feeding budgets, says a beef cattle specialist with Texas Cooperative Extension.
One of the safeguards – the ban on feeding broiler litter to cattle – will also raise winter production costs for many East Texas cattle producers, said Dr. Jason Cleere.

Source: Ag News
calendar icon 24 February 2004
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