BSE

Canada Reports Atypical BSE Case
Canada Reports Atypical BSE Case
Canada recently reported a case of atypical bovine spongiform encephalopathy in an eight-year-old beef cow on a farm in Alberta. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency notified the World Organization for Animal Health of the case. Canada said the detection and reporting of an atypical BSE case will not affect the OIE negligible risk status of Canada, and market access for Canadian animals and beef
Past Mad Cow Scare Keeping EU Cautious During U.S. Negotiations
Past Mad Cow Scare Keeping EU Cautious During U.S. Negotiations
A Reuters report says the Mad Cow Disease outbreak in the 1990's will likely keep the European Union from easing its strict rules on food safety. That caution will likely continue even though President Trump is threatening to slap tariffs on car imports from the EU if the countries don’t start importing more U.S. fa...

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