U.S. Mad Cow Case a Blow for Canadian Beef Industry

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The finding that the Washington state cow infected with mad cow disease came from a Canadian ranch hits the cattle industry there hard. The revelation comes seven months after Canada's first — and so far only — mad cow case, and hurts Canadian efforts to convince the world that its beef industry remains safe. Hear Richard Reynolds.



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