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Iowa (AP) — The announcement that mad cow disease was spotted in a California cow drew a rapid response this week from the beleaguered American beef industry, which has been enduring one crisis after another for more than a year.
Indonesia will suspend imports of U.S. beef starting Thursday because of a confirmed U.S. case of mad cow disease, Vice Agriculture Minister Rusman Heriawan told Reuters...Heriawan said the import volume from the United States is small and the beef
Exports are big business for the U.S. beef industry, which shipped a record $5.4 billion worth of beef abroad last year. It was the first year sales surpassed those in 2003, when exports to Asia collapsed amid the first U.S. mad
If the mad cow found in California has you wondering about food safety, well, there are plenty of problems that pose serious risks to the food supply. But mad cow disease shouldn't be high on the worry list. Just in the past few
Nancy Shute Mad cow disease has been detected in a cow in California, the first time since 2006 that the deadly disease has surfaced in the U.S. What does that mean for those of us who might want to eat a burger, or drink a glass of milk?...The first
S. cattle futures rebounded Wednesday from the panicked selling of Tuesday, when traders learned of the fourth case of mad-cow disease in the U.S. Live-cattle futures for April delivery were up 0.9% early Wednesday, as traders were encouraged by
Officials from the USDA say that the recent discovery of a dairy cow in Hanford, California with Mad Cow Disease is no threat to humans, according to a http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/04/25/imports-madcow-
Public health officials in the United States said the risk to the public was extremely low, and that residents do not need to take any specific precautions. But in South Korea, one of the largest importers of U.S. beef, the discovery was enough to
South Korea (AP) — Two major South Korean retailers suspended sales of U.S. beef Wednesday following the discovery of mad cow disease in a U.S. dairy cow. Reaction elsewhere in Asia was muted with Japan saying there's no reason to restrict imports.
Two major South Korean retailers halt sales of US beef The US Department of Agriculture has said the disease will not affect beef exports Two of South Korea's biggest retailers have halted sales of US beef after the discovery of a case of "mad cow"