PAGE ONE
BSE Awareness
A Bloody Debate
Risky Business
Vaccines
PAGE TWO
Vaccines Possibly At Risk
Dietary Supplements
Buyer Beware
4-Legged Kids
What Are They Eating?!
Dogs Said, No Thank You!
Cats, Dogs Scrapie & BSE
PAGE THREE
Think First, Then Bite
Prion Patties & Mystery Meat Pies
Moo Juice
Say "Cheese"
Imports Banned in Australia
. PAGE FOUR
When In Doubt, Throw It Out
Is My Food Safe?
Safety Measures in the Home
Down On the Farm
PAGE FIVE
Jeff Rense's List of Animal
Products
General Medical and Healthcare Products

PAGE SIX
Jeff Rense's List of Animal Products (Cont.)
General Food Products
Industrial/Consumer
Products

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GENERAL FOOD PRODUCTS
PRODUCTS FROM MILK and DAIRY
butter
casein (proteins)
cheese and cheese products
cream
food ethanol
ice cream and ice cream mixes
lactose (carbohydrates)
milk powder
sherbet
whey (proteins)
fats (lipids)
yogurt

PRODUCTS FROM BLOOD
blood sausage
bone meal
cake mixes
deep-fry batters
egg substitute
gravy mixes
imitation seafood
pasta
whipped toppings & coffee whiteners

PRODUCTS FROM BONES
whitener in refined sugar

PRODUCTS FROM INTESTINES
sausage casings


PRODUCTS FROM CATTLE, SHEEP, HOG FLESH
a huge variety of fresh, frozen, and pre-cooked meats
and prepared and processed meat products

PRODUCTS FROM FATS and FATTY ACIDS (edible)
chewing gum
lard
oleo margarine
oleo shortening
oleo stearin
pharmaceuticals
rennet for cheese (sheep)
shortening

PRODUCTS FROM BONE, HORNS, and HOOVES
gelatin capsules
gelatin deserts
ice cream, malts and shakes
marshmallow
potted meats

PRODUCTS FROM HIDES and SKINS
sausage casings
gelatin
candies and confectionery
flavorings
foods
gelatin desserts
ice cream
marshmallows
mayonnaise
yogurt


INDUSTRIAL AND CONSUMER PRODUCTS
PRODUCTS FROM MILK
adhesives
animal feed
buttons
carriers for human medicine
cosmetics
glue
pharmaceuticals
sizing
specialty plastics
veterinary medicines

PRODUCTS FROM BONES
bone charcoal
pencils
high grade steel
bone handles
bone jewelry
mineral source in feed
fertilizer
dried bones
buttons
bone china
glass
porcelain enamel
water filters
whitener in refined sugar

PRODUCTS FROM BONE, HORNS, AND HOOVES
adhesives
bandage strips
collagen cold cream
cellophane wrap and tape
crochet needles
dice
dog biscuits
emery boards and cloth
fertilizer
glycerine
laminated wood products
neatsfoot oil
photographic film
plywood and paneling
shampoo and conditioner
wallpaper and wallpaper paste
syringes

PRODUCTS FROM FATS AND FATTY ACIDS (edible and inedible)
animal foods
biodegradable detergents
biodiesel
cellophane
cement
ceramics
chalk
chemicals
cosmetics
crayons
creams and lotions (sheep)
deodorants
detergents
explosives
fertilizer
fiber softeners
floor wax
glycerin
glycerol
antifreeze
herbicides
horse and livestock feeds
industrial oils and lubricants
insecticides
insulation
linoleum
livestock feed
lubricants
makeup
matches
medicines
mink oil
nitroglycerine
oil polishes
ointment bases
oleostearin
paints
paraffin
perfumes
pet foods
pharmaceuticals
plasticizers
plastics
printing rollers
protein hair conditioner
protein hair shampoo
putty
rubber products
shaving cream
shoe cream
soaps
solvents
stearic acid (sheep)
tallow for tanning
textiles
tires
water proofing agents
weed killers
PRODUCTS FROM BLOOD
adhesives
bone marrow
bone meal
fabric printing and dyeing
leather-treating agents
livestock feed
minerals
plaster retardant
plywood adhesive
diagnostic microbiology
from colloidal proteins - glue for automobile bodies
protein source in feeds
sticking agent
textile sizing

PRODUCTS FROM GALLSTONES
ornaments

PRODUCTS FROM HAIR
air filters
artist's paint brush
felt and rug padding
insulation material
non-wovens
plastering material
textiles
upholstering material

PRODUCTS FROM BRAINS
anti-aging cream
cholesterol

PRODUCTS FROM HIDES and SKINS
belts
collagen-based adhesives (from trimmings)
bandages
emery boards
glues -for papermaking, bookbinding, cabinetmaking
sheetrock
wallpaper
drum head (sheep)
pharmaceuticals
photographic materials
leather sporting goods
leather wearing apparel
luggage
pigskin garments, gloves, and shoes
porcine burn dressings for burn victims
shoes and boots
upholstery
wallets

PRODUCTS FROM HOOVES AND HORNS
chessmen
combs
buttons
fertilizer
horn handles
imitation ivory
inedible bone meal
livestock feeds
ornaments
piano keys
plant food

PRODUCTS FROM INTESTINES
instrument strings
sausage casings
tennis racquet strings

PRODUCTS FROM MANURE
fertilizer - used in gardens, lawns and farm cropland
nitrogen
potash
phosphorus
minor minerals

OTHER PRODUCTS FROM CATTLE SOURCES
airplane lubricants and runway foam
car polishes and waxes
hydraulic brake fluid
Stearic acid - helps rubber in tires hold shape under steady surface
friction
steel ball bearings containing bone charcoal
textiles for car upholstery
various machine oils and viscous fluids

PRODUCTS FROM WOOL
asphalt binder
carpet
clothing
cosmetics
fabrics
felt
insulation
lanolin
medical ointments
paint and plaster binder
pelt products
rouge base
rug pads
upholstery
woolen goods
worsted fabric
yarns

We have quite a few people to acknowledge this week as many folks contributed information to Moo Madness - Part 4. We're especially glad to see this as it tells us TSEs are an issue you are researching on your own. So, without further delay, our appreciation to Vicki Nelson, Kathy Van Tuyl, Sardar Khalsa, Jack and Judy Adkins, Ellie Goulet, Steve Robinson, Sharon Morrissey and that fountain of info in Oregon who wishes to remain in the background - all from the States, and Joan Howson in Australia. We would also like to give special thanks to Jeff Rense for his tireless work and for Steve Quayle (Q-Files) for helping get the word out. We always welcome your input and information. Thanks everyone!

With affection,
Holly and Stan
Seismo and Taco

Taco: "Hey, Seismo, did you hear about the neighbor's really smart dog, Rover?"
Seismo: "No, what?"
Taco: "Well, they say he's the smartest sheep dog they've seen in a long time. They reckon they only have to show him something once and he's got it. They say he's got a brain like a sponge. Soaks up everything!"
Seismo: (jerks his head around) "Izatso?" (With a far off look in his eyes, he begins to analyze: smart dog, brain like a sponge, prions, brain like a sponge. . . hmmm. . .) "Say Taco, could a person, er dog, you know, well, if a person just wanted to try a prion or two, where'd ya suppose you'd find one?"
Taco: "What? Who'd wanna do that?"
Seismo: "Well. . . I've been thinkin'. . . I could make more room in my immense brain with some of those prions clearing out the old stuff - then I could have a brain like a sponge."
Taco: "Sounds like you already do!"

Stan and Holly Deyo
P.O. Box 7711, Pueblo West, CO 81007
http://millennium-ark.net/

Text and Graphics, 2001 Stan and Holly Deyo, except where otherwise credited

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