Battle Against Mad Cow Already Lost !!!



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Mark Thorson

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Quoting from the 02/04/04 report on BSE in the U.S.:

http://www.aphis.usda.gov/lpa/issues/bse/bse.html

The subcommittee recommends that future surveillance programmes should be targeted to the population
with highest risk of exposure to the BSE agent. At some point in the past, targeting based on the
location of cattle imported from Europe and other BSE risk countries, their points of slaughter and
rendering and subsequent consumption in cattle feed was theoretically possible. However, with the
passage of time since the importations and the amplification of the agent within North America, this
approach is no longer appropriate.
 
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Steve Wertz

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On Thu, 05 Feb 2004 02:41:54 GMT, Mark Thorson <[email protected]>
wrote:

>Quoting from the 02/04/04 report on BSE in the U.S.:

Three posts in a half hour about Mad Cow, all quoting the same friggen material, and then
crossposted to r.f.v?

What an idiot. Everything they ever said about you is apparently true. I thought you *used* to be
normal way back when.

-sw
 
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Wardna

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>I thought you *used* to be normal way back when.

The topic affects different individuals differently.