The Canadian Press

2005-01-11 | BIZ Mad Cow

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Ralph Klein said it wasn't all bad news when a third case of mad cow disease was found in Canada last January. It involved a cow born in Alberta in 1998 -- after new feed restrictions were introduced. The Alberta premier said that fact showed the province remains committed to keeping track of BSE. (According to federal officials, no part of the infected beef cow entered the human food or animal feed systems, and public health was not at risk.)

Date: 2005-01-11
Placeline: CALGARY, Alberta.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 16 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << the good news is that it shows that our surveillance up program is working the way it's supposed to work and the reality is that BSE is actually declining in our a cattle herds >>