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EU Sees 40 Pct Drop in Mad Cow Cases in 2004

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SMS

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Most west European countries have been hit with BSE, along with Japan, and more recently, Canada and the United States.



this quote out of this european article is interesting. Its factually correct, but misleading. Perception is a wonderful thing when you are playing with the facts...lol
 

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This article balances the fact that the SRM removals and bans are working as intended and that with proper controls BSE can be made a "diminishing disease" with total eradication a hopeful priority :!:
 

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cowsense said:
This article balances the fact that the SRM removals and bans are working as intended and that with proper controls BSE can be made a "diminishing disease" with total eradication a hopeful priority :!:

Not only SRM removal and feed bans. No cattle over 30 months of age can go into the human food chain at this time in England. How scary is that?
 

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Under strict EU rules brought in after the mad cow crisis, all cattle destined for human consumption over 30 months of age... have to be tested for BSE.


Not only SRM removal and feed bans. No cattle over 30 months of age can go into the human food chain at this time in England. How scary is that?

Where does it say that?
 

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SASH said:
Under strict EU rules brought in after the mad cow crisis, all cattle destined for human consumption over 30 months of age... have to be tested for BSE.


Not only SRM removal and feed bans. No cattle over 30 months of age can go into the human food chain at this time in England. How scary is that?

Where does it say that?

IT........ doesn't say that. But it is law in England at this time. You want to see it?
 

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