U.S. works to avoid trade problems relating to mad cow

WASHINGTON - The United States is working with other countries to avoid shutting down trade when a single cow is found with mad cow disease, Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman said Tuesday.
Veneman testified before the Senate Agriculture Committee, a day after the government said it is banning use of cattle blood in livestock feed to ward off a mad cow outbreak.

Source: AP via Sioux City Journal
calendar icon 28 January 2004
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