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Ansc 307 - Meats

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Jan 23rd Notes Remember labs meat this week and you will need to bring lab manual and will discuss knife sets Meat Inspection different things have happened that have had an impact on the meat inspection BSE safety changes and regulation To inform students of the history associated with the laws governing the slaughter processing and distribution of meat To contrast the differences between meat inspection and meat grading To provide some insight into the functions and areas of responsibility of meat inspection Grading versus Inspection not one in the same but both handled by the USDA There is no relationship between grading and inspection Meat grading is a voluntary service plants pay a fee for this service while meat inspection is a mandatory service plants do not pay except for overtime and holiday needs tax payers usually pay this salary o Establishments have MIP numbers which allow consumers to look to see where the meat was inspected processed Sometimes est with a number in ink on the side or like the seal image in the notes ex 38 U S INSP D and P S D Reasons for Meat Inspection Failure of Europeans to recognize our meat inspection laws of the late 1800 s o U S has been exporting when major meat packing plants mid 1800 developed And began sending products over to Europe but they did not like the regulations and inspections we had sent in place o After the civil war we sent cattle north via railroad President Theodore Roosevelt s investigation of Chicago meat packers 1904 1906 o Roosevelt s testimony to Senate Investigating Committee regarding The Embalmed Beef Scandal in the SpanishAmerican War o Conditions in Chicago Stockyards message from the President to the House of Representatives summarizing the Reynolds and Neill Report on June 4 1906 report about the conditions of the meat industry Theodore was wondering why so many people during the war were dying which was mainly from the bad food being sent to solders so once he was going to be President he was



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