Germany Amending BSE Testing Law

WASHINGTON - Germany will raise the age at which slaughtered cattle are tested for bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) from 24 to 30 months in April to bring its laws into line with those for the European Union.

Source: AgReport Farm Market News
calendar icon 19 February 2006
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