Most of the ultimate 5% of the data comes from dairy and beef cattle. Both be afflicted by the same shortened lifespan about 4 years out of an expected 15 plus year natural lifespan, creating a full life cycle evaluation impossible. And to complicate things, the study doesn’t control for factors like hygiene, sanitation, or antibiotic use. Simply browsing at milk creation values or cattle weight tells us nothing about digestive, organ, or immune system health which may also be obscured by the prolific rates of antibiotic use in modern business cattle production. So in end, we have a researcher with close ties to the biotech market using poor data to make baseless assumptions about the safety of items which were not even controlled for in her study.
The data mostly contains farm animals production values, not toxicology or histopathology data, and very poor model organisms broiler chickens were used for nearly all of the information tables. Finally, it is misleading to promote this study as a “long term analysis of safety”, considering the fact that the shortened lifespans of the animals in query and the shortcoming of any medically useful data.