Poultry litter contains fecal waste and spilled feed which contains animal remains including cattle . The beef industry uses poultry litter as a "filler" feed which is both unhealthy for cattle and humans alike. As beef consumers, we demand our beef producers provide a wholesome, healthy product that forbids feeding cattle poultry waste.
Stop feeding cattle poultry litter
Poultry litter contains fecal waste and spilled feed which contains animal and poultry remains.
After the out-break of mad cow disease in 2003, feeding animal remains as a feed filler to cattle was banned.
The beef industry found a way around the ban by using poultry waste, which contains cattle remains.
To lower feed costs, cattle producers have only limited the risk of an out-break by continuing to feed cattle animal remains mixed with fecal matter.