- Silsoe Research Institute
- University of Bristol
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- This research project aims to evaluate existing and novel stunning methods used for stunning cattle and sheep with regard to animal welfare, public health and operator safety.
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- One aim of the Agency's TSE programme is to establish the extent and risk of carcass contamination at slaughter and during carcass dressing.
Since the confirmation of a link between BSE and vCJD there has been concern about the current stunning methods in cattle.
This study will investigate the current situation and the alternative possibilities for stunning cattle and sheep.
Find more about this project and other FSA food safety-related projects at the Food Standards Agency Research webpage.
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- Food Standards Agency
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- Viruses and Prions