They package everything but the Moo from a cow and if they could they'd put that in there to. These government spokes persons will tell whatever lie they need to keep people spending their money even if it means a chance that some will die. What I want to know is how come it's common practice and legal to take a sick animal to the packing plant and why don't they test these sick animals before they put the meat on the market?Harley said:Now I wonder just what is the beef in beef hotdogs? Had any caldo de res lately - that's oxtail in there. Its surprising how many beef products have portions of "spinal cord" mixed in them.
It didn't. They're erring on the safe side and recalling beef from the one mad cow AND 19 others slaughtered the same day at the slaughterhouse... 10,000 lbs of beef is slightly more than one mad cow... I hope. Unless it's TEXAS beef....wildames said:Seriously,
I don't know how the whole food distribution thing works, but I find it astounding that 1 cow got spread over 8 states. :?: