CFIA reporting system for slaughter horses flawed and unenforceable

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) reporting system of equine health histories including a complete record of medical treatments administered for the six-month period prior to slaughter is flawed, unenforceable, and does not comply with the EU directive effective July 31, 2010, prohibiting equines treated with banned drugs from entering the human food chain. EU… Continue reading CFIA reporting system for slaughter horses flawed and unenforceable