Mad Cow Disease Research Paper

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Steak created in the 1700 by Native Americans, though Americans say they adopted it, they came up with it because of bison hunting, and they developed the preparation technique we still use. But they got it from the early Scandinavian the 500’s. They got the word from the word steik which is where we got the word steak. A piece of T-bone steak is cut down the vertebrae, on the larger side of the bone is a strip steak, and the other, smaller side of the bone, is a tenderloin. A slice of T-bone steak “could be source of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, more popularly known as mad cow disease. This is because spinal tissue contains nerve cells, which can transmit the prion that causes the disease.” "What Part of a Cow Does the T-Bone Come From?" Yahoo! Answers. Yahoo!, n.d. Web. 29 Oct. 2015. …show more content…

They should go back to the old way of killing a cow naturally and then eating it the day of. That will increase health benefactors by a lot. They also stuff the cow with preservatives so all it eats is junk and that’s what goes into us. As the humans are here messing up everything we all just eat worse and worse food and wonder why we get sick. It’s in the food. They make stuff cheap and nasty and we buy it because why not. Just don’t buy it. “Cattle raised for food are also regularly dosed with drugs such as antibiotics to make them grow faster and keep them alive in these miserable conditions. Instead of taking sick cattle to see a veterinarian, many feedlot owners simply give the animals even higher doses of human-grade antibiotics in an attempt to keep them alive long enough to make it to the slaughterhouse.” "The Beef Industry." PETA. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Oct.

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