Producers brace for changes in wake of U.S. mad cow case

US - The shock waves created when the first case of mad cow disease surfaced in the United States last month have barely been felt at the Jim and Tim Servais dairy farm near Stoddard, Wis.
The most immediate effects — the drop in market beef prices, the decision by more than 30 countries to stop importing U.S. beef — had only minor ramifications for dairy producers like the Servaises.

Source: La Crosse Tribune
calendar icon 19 January 2004
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