Third Mad Cow Case Confirmed in U.S. U.S. Agriculture officials confirm that a cow in Alabama died of mad cow disease. Are testing and tracking procedures adequate to protect against the spread of the disease?
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Third Mad Cow Case Confirmed in U.S.

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Third Mad Cow Case Confirmed in U.S.

Third Mad Cow Case Confirmed in U.S.

Third Mad Cow Case Confirmed in U.S.

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U.S. Agriculture officials confirm that a cow in Alabama died of mad cow disease. Are testing and tracking procedures adequate to protect against the spread of the disease?

Guests:

Linda Detwiler, D.V.M., former senior staff veterinarian, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, United States Department of Agriculture; adjunct assistant professor, Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine