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Thu March 18, 2004
Mad Cow Testing Not Needed
Laramie, Wy – The Director of the Stockgrowers Association says the feds don't need to spend so much on Mad Cow Testing. The U-S Department of Agriculture says it will spend 70 million extra dollars testing for Mad Cow, by Wyoming Stockgrowers Association Director Jim Magagna says it is not needed. He says the current method has already brought about a high level of confidence in the beef supply.