U.S. Investigates Suspected Mad Cow Case

Agriculture officials seek to learn more about a Holstein cow believed to have been infected with mad cow disease. Meat from the cow was sent from southern Washington state to several plants for processing. Efforts to recall that meat are under way; several nations have announced bans on imports of U.S. beef. Hear NPR's Christopher Joyce.

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