Feds Expand Mad Cow Tests

Regulators are spending $233,000 on new tests for mad cow disease more than a decade after an outbreak of bovine spongiform encephalopathy devastated the Canadian cattle industry. Inspectors also propose to double the number of animals tested: “Things have evolved a lot”.

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