No. As a matter of fact, meat condemned by the inspectors usually gets put into pet foods. Poultry with abscesses becomes 'chicken' and 'chicken by-products'. Beef carcasses found to have diseases like cancer or infections, goes into pet foods. I always get a real kick out of the pet food ads that say they want CHICKEN to be the first name on the label. It is a diseased or condemned chicken -- but they don't tell you that.
All of the old laying hens that are 'worn out' go to the Campbell Soup Plant in North Texas from the big egg houses near here. Our county has about 2 million laying hens housed here. There is an inspector at Campbells' and all the condemned chickens are boiled down to a meal and go to pet food plants and are labeled 'chicken'. Meat and bone meal comes from dead animals sent to rendering plants that boil them all down.
The only animals processed for human consumption that are not inspected are those that are not sold to the public. There are no inspectors at small facilities where people bring their own animals to to be processed. We take our Bison and hogs or beef to a small family owned facility in Madill, OK that we have used for decades.