U.S. Ranchers Brace for Effects of Canada Mad Cow Case

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Two days after a Canadian officials report a case of mad cow disease, cattle producers in the United States prepare for the domestic impact. In Nebraska, livestock owners fear consumers will stop buying meat. But others say the Canadian mad cow case may provide a competitive advantage for ranchers raising American beef. Hear Jason Frederick of Nebraska Public Radio.



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