The EU again authorizes the use of animal protein for animals, this time excluding intraspecies cannibalism.

hec News, Animal nutrition

20 años despues de la crisis de la Encefalopatía Espongiforme Bovina (EEB), también conocida como crisis de las «vacas locas», la Unión Europea ha vuelto a aprobar, después de largos estudios, el uso de proteina animal en alimentación de animales, siempre que se cumplan unas determinadas reglas que excluyen expresamente el canibalismo intraespecies.

We remember here our entry about it of April 10, 2012, as well as our informational page December 1, 2003 and memorandum of May 6, 2004 from the European Commission.

In summary, from now on it will be allowed to use flour of pig origin to feed poultry, and vice versa, which will lead to a better use of very useful materials that were previously lost as waste. It will also allow the use of collagen and gelatin of ruminant origin in non-ruminants. And as a novelty, the use of insect protein in poultry and pigs is allowed. Previously, the use of said insect protein was only allowed for feeding fish. The ban on the use of proteins of bovine origin for all uses is maintained, after what was learned in the BSE crisis.

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