Switzerland finds bute in horsemeat from Canada

03 Mar 2013 | By Julia Glotz

Silky Shark, a Standardbred who had been administered bute several times in his lifetime.  His meat entered the human food chain in 2011.

Silky Shark, a Standardbred who had been administered bute several times in his lifetime. His meat entered the human food chain in 2011 as documented by the CHDC in the report ‘Proof of CFIA Failure’.

Horsemeat imported from Canada has tested positive for the veterinary drug Phenylbutazone in Switzerland.

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Please read about Silky Shark here.

One comment

  1. jean robertson · ·

    Good news. I’m sure once countries start looking they will all find drug contaminated horsemeat. It is just too bad the whole crooked system has been allowed to operate for so many years.

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