Tag: Phenylbutazone

Veterinary Drug Bute found in Asda Corned Beef

Source: Barry Neild of the UK’s The Guardian Supermarket withdraws 340g tins of Smart Price Corned Beef after discovery of phenylbutazone Supermarket chain Asda said on Tuesday that it was recalling its range of budget corned beef after low levels of the veterinary pain killer phenylbutazone – known […]

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WY Horse Slaughter Article Missed the Point

Source: Wyoming‘s Star Tribune “Horse slaughter is horribly abusive and cannot be made humane for horses” Editor: I was very disappointed by your recent article about prospective horse slaughter plants opening in Wyoming (“Prospective Wyoming horse slaughterhouse investors watch national scene,” March 31). This article failed to address […]

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Phenylbutazone Found in Horse Meat in Czech store

Source: By Horsetalk.co.nz on Apr 04, 2013 in News Coming soon to Oklahoma, tainted horse meat Horse meat imported from Poland into the Czech Republic has tested positive for the anti-inflammatory drug Phenylbutazone, which is banned from entering the human food chain. The Czech Republic veterinary authority reported […]

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US Horsemeat Makes its Way to European Union

By Kelly Ni  of the Epoch Times Staff Health concerns raised over dangerous drugs American horses are sold to slaughter factories in Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay. Many are concerned that the slaughtered American horses, which were not raised for human consumption, eventually make their way into […]

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