USDA Says Mad Cow Test Drop Is No Meat-Supply ThreatStephanie Armour and Alan Bjerga
The number of cattle tested for mad cow disease has fallen almost 90 percent since 2005, according to U.S. Agriculture Department statistics, a drop that consumer groups say endangers America’s food supply.
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