S. Korea Expected To Accept USDA Assurances On BSE Cow

US - South Korea is certain to accept U.S. assurances that the latest case of mad-cow disease in the U.S. isn't a result of weak cattle-feed safety measures, U.S. Department of Agriculture officials said Tuesday. The USDA, responding to concerns laid out by South Korea, has sent a report with photographs to Seoul, detailing dental exams of an Alabama cow that tested positive for mad-cow disease, or bovine spongiform encephalopathy, last week.

Source: Cattle Network
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