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Report of an FAO Expert Consultation Rome, 10-14 March 1997
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Potential hazards associated with feed
Transmissible spongiform encephalopathies in ruminants
Veterinary drugs and agricultural and other chemicals
Agricultural and other chemicals
Assessment of the risk
Sources of feedborne hazards
Control of feedborne hazards
Transmissible spongiform encephalopathies
Annex 1 - list of participants
Annex 2 - draft code of practice for good animal feeding
Annex 3 - control of health factors in the production of animal feeds: an overview
Annex 4 - infections and intoxications of farm livestock associated with feed and forage
Annex 5 - Codex Alimentarius Commission - standards, guidelines and other recommendations related to the quality and safety of feeds and foods