Northwestern U.S. has higher risk of mad cow exposure, report says

WASHINGTON -- There is still a risk, though slight, of mad cow disease in the United States, and it is greatest in the three Northwestern states bordering Canada, according to Agriculture Department investigators.
The investigators, after tracing the history of the four cows with the disease in North America, said the U.S. has minimized the risk by banning cattle remains in feed, the primary way mad cow disease is believed to spread.

Source: Napanews.com
calendar icon 7 May 2005
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