The Chicken Never Leaves the News in Russia…

On January 1, Russia introduced new sanitary standards, banning the treatment of meat with chlorine of a higher concentration than in drinking water.Almost 25 tons of U.S.A. Poultry Seized on Russian Border…06:38 08/12/2010 The Far Eastern department of Russia’s agriculture watchdog has seized almost 25 metric tons of U.S. poultry due to concerns over its quality.Read More >>

You would think that something like a chicken would not be worth getting upset over. Well if the chicken was raised correctly. It would be OK…

While the door has been opened back for American chicken. This is the type of headline news that America does not need in their battle to keep chicken back in Russia…

From what all the news sources are saying, This chicken was mislabeled and was an attempt to get chicken that does not meet the standards set up between Russia and America, across the border…

Now whether this is true or not really does not mean a whole hill of beans to anyone in Russia. The fact is that they really do not want American chicken here. So they (Russia) will be watching very carefully what America sends as a chicken product. It is already well know that America will send trash and call it chicken. Russia has been a well known chicken dumping ground until the last year…

Now that American chicken is back in the stores you have to be careful what you buy. If the store repackages it and cuts it up themselves. You may get more than you bargained for…

An example is that a few weeks ago I purchased some chicken backs to make a soup with. When I got home and started to use them. I realized that they were not the regular backs that I get normally. They were so fat covered and very little meat. I made a trip back to the store and checked out what they had for chicken. Yes they had American chicken, priced the same as Russian chicken and repackaged / relabeled to help cover up the fact…

And No I will not shut up about lousy American chicken being sold here in Russia. Of all the wonderful things that America could send and sell to Russia. It has to be Antibiotic filled, water injected, Fatty Chicken…

Preserving the effectiveness of antibiotics and other antimicrobial will require changes in all major areas of use: human medicine, veterinary medicine, and agriculture. But agricultural uses deserve special attention, since they account for 70 percent of the antibiotics and related drugs used in the United States, and since they provide resistant bacteria with a direct route into people’s kitchens… Read More >>>

Say What? 70% of the total antibiotic use and there is a lot of antibiotics used in America…

These are links to all our articles below on chicken between America and Russia…

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