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An interesting note about what we are feeding to our beef and dairy cattle and poultry.

Uploaded by baneyred on Mar 20, 2006

Hello
I am in the process of writing a letter and it has occurred to me that the subject of my letter would make an excellent and first rate subject for a college or high school term paper or report. I am giving you the opportunity to use my research freely. You are free to repackage my letter so that it will be a ready to use product, with more references and the elimination of the first person perspective of my leter. The selling point of this letter is that it will make the author look like he is concerned about the health of others, do the professor is more likely to assign a higher grade to the paper when he is grading it.
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March, 2006
Hello,
My name is Dale Baney. I am a cattle-producer from Indiana, near South Bend. We raise beef cattle, and have for fifteen years. While reading material on the internet in the last month I have learned that straight vegetable oil can be used as a many ways superior-quality fuel over petroleum diesel!
In my researching vegetable oils and the methods involved in their ‘creation’ or processing, I learned that 95 percent of all vegetable oils in the US and world are created using the very reactive neuro-toxins Hexane and Methyl-Chloride that solve tight budget desires for consumer to get cheap food.
The neurotoxin Hexane is said to be the most adversely effecting toxin of all of the toxic solvents, and Methylene Chloride is also a chemical that damages the immune systems, & causes birth defects of animals who eat it. The occupational exposure limit for inhalation of Hexane has been set by OSHA at 50 ppm (TWghAvg 8 -10 hours). How much Hexane & Methylene Chloride remain in the oils and the high fiber meals produced using Hexane and Methylene Chloride as the solvents?
One company selling Hexane-Free soybean oil says that a trace quantity of Hexane remains in the meals and the oils processed with Hexane. That website named the concentration number as “a 0.5% Hexane concentration” in meal.
http://www.alaffia.com/ingredients/oil_extraction.php
The EPA has published the following document on the internet that reveals what the average concentration found for Hexane in various stages of production of the meal, though which stage is the stage for production of high fiber, high protein meals for human consumption, and which stage and which plant & location produce for high-protein animal...

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Uploaded by:   baneyred

Date:   03/20/2006

Category:   Social Issues

Length:   20 pages (4,499 words)

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