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Use of Angel Dust Condemned

Jul 7, 2016 | ICSA in the Media | 0 comments

That’s Farming – 13 JUNE 2016


Recent incident of Angel Dust use has shown that our systems for traceability are working, and that any such transgressions will be detected
ICSA president Patrick Kent has condemned without reservation the use of banned substance clenbuterol, otherwise known as angel dust. Mr Kent was speaking following confirmation that a sample taken from a beef animal has tested positive for the substance.

“This regrettable incident has however shown that our systems for traceability are working, and that any such transgressions will be detected.”

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