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offal

(of′fel)
Animal parts discarded during the process of butchering or slaughtering, typically including the brain, viscera, skin, hooves, and blood. These by-products have been implicated in the transmission of some infectious illnesses, like mad cow disease.

offal

1. nonmeat edible products from animal slaughter. Includes brains, thymus, pancreas, liver, heart, kidney, tripes, sausage casings, chitterlings, crackling rind.
2. by-product of milling, called also weatlings, middlings. A high-protein supplement for herbivores.

specified bovine offal
the term used in the UK to denote tissues that can be infected with the agent of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), namely brain and spinal cord, spinal ganglia, retina, and terminal small intestine.
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Table 105: EU Exports of Meat of Sheep or Goat (Fresh, Chilled and Frozen) (2013) - Percentage Share Breakdown of Volume Exports by Destination Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-67 Table 106: EU Imports of Edible offal of bovine animals, swine, sheep, goats, horses, asses, mules or hinnies, fresh, chilled or frozen (2013) - Percentage Share Breakdown of Volume Imports by Country of Origin (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-68 Table 107: EU Exports of Edible offal of bovine animals, swine, sheep, goats, horses, asses, mules or hinnies, fresh, chilled or frozen (2013) - Percentage Share Breakdown of Volume Exports by Destination Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-68 B.
In this context, the point of the poem's ending is its sheer precision, the way a few words lock into place vividly visual images of a hawk lifting off 'heavily with an offal of silence' and a helicopter 'fire-bucketing / the forest, the nested flame'.
The thing that differentiates the French three star restaurants from a hole in the wall is that a three star restaurant will bring in pigs' feet and offals and will do something really exceptional and make it an amazing pa latable dish with flavor.
A dynamic temperature function integration (TFI) model was used jointly by regulators at the New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (PO Box 2526, Wellington, New Zealand) and processors to develop justifiable criteria for refrigeration management during the processing of hot and warm boned meat, the post-slaughter handling of ovine carcasses and the handling of offals.
No-one knows yet what the fall-out might be from people eating ``mad cow'' BSE-infected beef before a ban on suspect offals was introduced in 1989.
At that time, the Government was assuring the public that the risk to humans from BSE was remote, and had not moved to ban the use of certain specified bovine offals (SBOs) in pharmaceuticals such as vaccines, many of which contain cattle products.
NOV 6: Ban on using meat and bone meal from offals as fertiliser.
Among the frozen items listed were beef livers and pork livers in 1989, followed by duck meat, prepared turkey, and pork offals in 1991.
4-percent increase in the export prices of beef and veal, combined with substantial increases in the prices of exported poultry and edible meat offals.
European Union Market Reports Package 2010 includes research reports on Metal Ores and Concentrates, Mineral and Refractory Products, Ceramic and Glass Wares, Meat and Edible Meat Offals.
Meanwhile, Karachi Metropolitan Corporation and District Municipal Corporation and all municipal bodies performed cleaning and lifting offals in their respective areas.
The Workers of the Sanitation Directorate have collected and disposed off more than 52,000 offals, entrails and other waste material of sacrificial animals by using safe scientific methods.