Testing for mad cow is up, but is enough being done?

WASHINGTON, DC - Federal regulators are well on their way toward meeting the goal of testing every animal most likely to have mad cow disease by the end of next year. If they’re successful, that would be more than 22 times the number of animals tested annually in the past. But it’s still only a little more than 1 percent of the 35 million cattle slaughtered in the United States each year.

Source: TheDesertSun.com
calendar icon 27 November 2004
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