The Canadian Press

2003-05-29 | Mad Cow Sask

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A heard of 250 cattle in Saskatchewan was hauled away last May for slaughter as the mad cow investigation continued across the prairies. Government investigators believed Trevor McCrea's farm might have been the birthplace of a cow from Alberta that tested positive for the deadly disease. Reporter Jay Branch was on the farm in Baldwinton as the roundup began.

Date: 2003-05-29
Placeline: BALDWINTON, Saskatchewan.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 21 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << I just arrived here and I still have 4 semi-trailer trucks ready to haul a cattle away I have been able to speak to mister McCrae this morning he's busy getting ready to load these cattle up as for his brother-in-law and there was talk of the court injunction that apparently is not going to happen they questions have been answered and the cattle will be hauled away for Slaughter today >>