BST is not a good idea, says boffin
INJECTING cows with bovine somatotrophin (BST) at frequent intervals seems “unnecessarily crude” when compared to other methods of raising milk yields, writes a professor of animal health in a letter to The Times.
The professor, from the University of Aberdeen, concludes that Europe does not need BST.
- BST is safe, says expert, FWi, 12 May, 1999
- Monsanto in milk hormone row, FWi, 30 April, 1999
- Canadas thumbs-down for BST, FWi, 22 January, 1999
- Welfare group calls for ban on cattle hormone, FWi, 19 August, 1999
- The Times 21/05/02/99 page 27 (Letters)