Cattle fed with uncontaminated grass had infertility in Gunma
On 10/26/2012, 190 Bq/Kg of cesium was measured from beef in Numata city Gunma. It was incinerated.
The female cattle (14) had been fed grass without cesium from April to August, but it became infertile after April so they decided to ship it. After September, it has been fed contaminated grass, which is lower than the safety limit of 100 Bq/Kg.
Mucca alimentata con erba incontaminata è diventata infertile a Gunma
Il 26/10/2012, 190 Bq/Kg di cesio sono stati misurati in un manzo nella città di Numata, a Gunma. Era incenerito.
La mucca (14) era stata nutrita di erba priva di cesio da Aprile a Agosto ma era diventata infertile quindi avevano deciso di spedirla. Dopo Settembre è stata nutrita con erba contaminata, che non supera il limite di iscurezza di 100 Bq/Kg
Dans Gunma, des troupeaux nourris avec de l’herbe non contaminée deviennent stériles
Le 26 octobre 2012, 190 Bq/kg de césium ont été relevés dans du bœuf de la commune de Numata, dans Gunma. Il a été incinéré.
La vache (de 14 ans) a été nourrie avec du fourrage sans césium d’avril à août mais elle est devenue stérile après avril, alors ils ont décidé de l’expédier. Après septembre, elle a été nourrie avec du fourrage contaminé à un dose inférieure à la limite de sécurité des 100 Bq/kg.
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