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Safe Animals From Food Waste
There are many kind of food that can cause mild or severe sickness that should be avoided, contain thiosulphate, thiosulphate and methylxanthines. all of these food animals can find it in rotten food so, it is better to keep animals far away of rotten food.​
  • yeast dough
  • human medicine
  • Chocolate, Coffee and Caffeine
  • Avocado
  • Onions
  • Onions
  • coconut
  • milk and dairy
  • fatty meat
  • salty foods
  • alcohol
  • xylitol (artificial sweetener)
  • Nuts

Mouldy foods and mouldy plant material, including compost, could contain toxins called tremorgenic mycotoxins.  These toxins are produced by moulds found in mouldy foods and organic material, for example mouldy cheese, blue cheeses, other mouldy dairy products, mouldy bread, mouldy fallen fruits and nuts, food waste and rubbish.  Dogs that raid household rubbish or garbage bins containing food waste are especially at risk of exposure to tremorgenic mycotoxins. Decaying organic matter that may be found in the garden such as silage, rubbish or compost, and fallen apples or walnuts for example, may also pose a risk to inquisitive dogs and cats.

 

Safe animals from food waste

Animals provide many benefits to people. Many people interact with animals in their daily lives, both at home and away from home. Animals provide food, fiber, livelihoods, travel, sport, companionship, and education for people across the globe. Millions of households have one or more pets. We might come into contact with animals in either urban or rural settings, during travel, while visiting animal exhibits, or while enjoying outdoor activities. However, animals can sometimes carry harmful germs that can spread to people and cause illness – these are known as zoonotic diseases. Zoonotic diseases are caused by harmful germs like viruses, bacterial, parasites, and fungi. These germs can cause many different types of illnesses in people and animals, ranging from mild to serious illness and even death. Animals can sometimes appear healthy even when they are carrying germs that can make people sick, depending on the zoonotic disease.
There are two main kinds of wasted food: food loss and food waste. Food loss is the bigger category, and incorporates any edible food that goes uneaten at any stage. In addition to food that’s uneaten in homes and stores, this includes crops left in the field, food that spoils in transportation, and all other food that doesn’t make it to a store. Some amount of food is lost at nearly every stage of food production. Food waste is a specific piece of food loss. At the same time, the people struggle to put food on the table. A huge amount of resources and energy go into growing, processing, transporting, and eventually disposing of all that wasted food. That includes climate-wrecking greenhouse gas emissions at every stage of the food system, plus water, fertilizer, packaging, labor, and more. Most wasted food ends up in landfills, where it generates methane, a greenhouse gas that is up to 86 times more powerful than carbon dioxide. we are working on multiple fronts to change this. we’re raising awareness among consumers and suppliers—the number one source of wasted food—and arming them with practical tips and tools to cut food waste at restaurants. We are helping plan and implement creative approaches to prevent food from going to waste, increase food rescue, and recycle food scraps.

Safe Animal From Waste Food

Safe Poultry From Food Waste

The saying goes, “you are what you eat.” And if that’s true, then the chickens that we keep in our backyard must be very healthy indeed. After all, we give them the best food we can find. But even the best food can go bad if it isn’t stored or handled properly. So can chickens eat rotten food?

What Happens If You Eat Rotten Chicken?

 Have you ever wondered what would happen if you ate chicken that was a little past its expiration date? While it may not be the most pleasant thought, it’s one that crosses many people’s minds

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