The yellow discolouration is to be solely considered a quality defect. Operators of hog slaughter and processing establishments are responsible for ensuring that discoloured products, including yellow bones, are not offered for sale to consumers. No action or special inspection activity is to be undertaken by CFIA during post-mortem procedures as this is an operator quality managed defect. Furthermore, considering that the yellow colouring of bones may disappear after the carcass has remained a certain time in the cooler, operators can decide that the removal of parts of bones that showed a yellow discoloration at the time the carcass was dressed, is no longer justified once the carcass is ready to be boned at the establishment or shipped. Should the removal of these bones from the carcass take place at another Federally Registered Establishment a control program acceptable to the Veterinarian in Charge shall be put in place.
Rob good to know you know the mind of the assassin. I am putting you on the no fly list.
However, they plan on killing not being killed, until they run out of ammo or blow something up. They retreat when confronted like all bullies, you can see that not only in this case but in all others. Yes stress comes but adrenaline can conquer it, And you analogy is true that once you miss a deer through a mistake you don’t do it again. I can tell you they are taking one side of the argument, I am pointing another. It is all speculative.