Mad Cow Panel Recommends New Steps An international panel says the United States should take further steps to protect consumers from mad cow disease. The panel, convened by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, recommends increased testing of cattle in addition to placing stricter limits on components of feed for cattle and other livestock. NPR's Christopher Joyce reports.
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Mad Cow Panel Recommends New Steps

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An international panel says the United States should take further steps to protect consumers from mad cow disease. The panel, convened by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, recommends increased testing of cattle in addition to placing stricter limits on components of feed for cattle and other livestock. NPR's Christopher Joyce reports.