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Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy

Sam Crawford

I created this film during Spring quarter of 2014 as an independent project for a program titled “Re-Imagining the Body”. The piece is fueled by my growing frustration with the lack of transparency between consumers and food producers. 32 more words

Film

Canada's protocols for dealing with mad cow disease are effective, say beef industry officials

CALGARY – There’s not much panic in the beef industry after an Alberta cow was found to have mad cow disease last week, but there is concern about how Canada’s trading partners will react in the wake of South Korea’s decision to suspend beef imports. 242 more words

Canada

Timeline: Canada's 2003 mad cow disease crisis

A look back at Canada’s mad cow crisis 2003-2005:

May 20, 2003: Canadian Food Inspection Agency announces a black Angus cow from northern Alberta has been found to have bovine spongiform encephalopathy. 768 more words

Canada

What is mad cow disease? Quick facts about BSE

CALGARY – BSE is back in the spotlight in Canada with another confirmed case in Alberta. Here’s what you need to know about how the disease is spread, its potential danger to people and the steps Canada takes to prevent BSE-infected cattle from entering the human food chain. 575 more words

Canada

Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy: Mad Men, Mad Cows

November: Agriculture

Aliases: BSE, Mad Cow Disease

Agriculture isn’t just cornfields; sometimes it’s what that corn gets fed to. In the West, we love meat and dairy, and that means we need cows. 628 more words

Missouri Company Recalls Over 4,000 Pounds of Beef Products Due to Mad Cow Concerns

More than 4,000 pounds of beef products are being recalled by a Missouri company due to the slight chance that they may expose people to mad cow disease, the U.S. 235 more words

Health

Fruitland American Fresh Beef Recall [US]

US/Washington: Fruitland American Meat recalls approximately 4,012 pounds of Fresh Beef Products because the dorsal root ganglia may not have been completely removed, a situation that is not compliant with USDA agency regulations that require the removal of this organ in cattle 30 months of age and older due to a serious health hazard. 375 more words

Food