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On the cross-contamination of ruminant feedstuffs in Bavaria after the comprehensive feed ban

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The results of the official feed control program in Bavaria between 1997 and 2002 document that the proportion of ruminant feedstuffs that was cross-contaminated with animal material was distinctively reduced after the comprehensive feed ban since 2001, and decreased close to zero in 2002. The results underline the high efficiency of the comprehensive feed ban. They also indicate risks of a potential re-admittance of animal protein for nonruminant domestics under the momentary production procedures.
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meat and bone meal, BSE, animal food production, feed control, BOVINE SPONGIFORM ENCEPHALOPATHY, ANIMAL DERIVED FEEDSTUFFS, GREAT-BRITAIN, RISK ASSESSMENT, GERMANY, BORN, EPIDEMIC, VECTORS

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Clauss, Marcus, and Ellen Kienzle. “On the Cross-contamination of Ruminant Feedstuffs in Bavaria After the Comprehensive Feed Ban.” DEUTSCHE TIERARZTLICHE WOCHENSCHRIFT 110.12 (2003): 506–508. Print.
APA
Clauss, M., & Kienzle, E. (2003). On the cross-contamination of ruminant feedstuffs in Bavaria after the comprehensive feed ban. DEUTSCHE TIERARZTLICHE WOCHENSCHRIFT, 110(12), 506–508.
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Clauss, Marcus, and Ellen Kienzle. 2003. “On the Cross-contamination of Ruminant Feedstuffs in Bavaria After the Comprehensive Feed Ban.” Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 110 (12): 506–508.
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Clauss, Marcus, and Ellen Kienzle. 2003. “On the Cross-contamination of Ruminant Feedstuffs in Bavaria After the Comprehensive Feed Ban.” Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 110 (12): 506–508.
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Clauss M, Kienzle E. On the cross-contamination of ruminant feedstuffs in Bavaria after the comprehensive feed ban. DEUTSCHE TIERARZTLICHE WOCHENSCHRIFT. 2003;110(12):506–8.
IEEE
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M. Clauss and E. Kienzle, “On the cross-contamination of ruminant feedstuffs in Bavaria after the comprehensive feed ban,” DEUTSCHE TIERARZTLICHE WOCHENSCHRIFT, vol. 110, no. 12, pp. 506–508, 2003.
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  abstract     = {The results of the official feed control program in Bavaria between 1997 and 2002 document that the proportion of ruminant feedstuffs that was cross-contaminated with animal material was distinctively reduced after the comprehensive feed ban since 2001, and decreased close to zero in 2002. The results underline the high efficiency of the comprehensive feed ban. They also indicate risks of a potential re-admittance of animal protein for nonruminant domestics under the momentary production procedures.},
  author       = {Clauss, Marcus and Kienzle, Ellen},
  issn         = {0341-6593},
  journal      = {DEUTSCHE TIERARZTLICHE WOCHENSCHRIFT},
  keywords     = {meat and bone meal,BSE,animal food production,feed control,BOVINE SPONGIFORM ENCEPHALOPATHY,ANIMAL DERIVED FEEDSTUFFS,GREAT-BRITAIN,RISK ASSESSMENT,GERMANY,BORN,EPIDEMIC,VECTORS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {12},
  pages        = {506--508},
  title        = {On the cross-contamination of ruminant feedstuffs in Bavaria after the comprehensive feed ban},
  volume       = {110},
  year         = {2003},
}

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