|2002N-0273||Animal Proteins Prohibited in Ruminant Feed|
|FDA Comment Number :||EC96|
|Submitter :||Mr. Bobbie Flowers||Date & Time:||12/09/2005 02:12:04|
|Organization :||Mr. Bobbie Flowers|
|Category :||Individual Consumer|
| Allowing sick, non-ambulatory cattle to be killed for animal feed will result in unnecessary pain and suffering. Downed animals should be humanely euthanized immediately, not kept alive and/or transported to be killed for rendering.
What I Can Do!
Animal advocates can help prevent the suffering of downed animals by telling the FDA that, as consumers, we oppose the use of non-ambulatory cattle in animal feed.
Comments on the proposed animal feed regulations are being accepted by mail and fax. The deadline for comments is December 20.
Docket No. 2002N-0273
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