Specified Risk Material - Requirements for Cattle Producers / Veterinarians
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On July 12, 2007, enhanced animal health safeguards came into effect to help eliminate bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or mad cow disease, from Canada. Certain cattle tissues capable of transmitting BSE, known as specified risk material (SRM), are banned from all animal feeds, pet foods and fertilizers.
- Requirements for Canadian cattle producers
- Requirements for the salvage use of livestock carcasses
- Requirements for transporting cattle carcasses
- Requirements for Bovine Practitioners
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