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BSE testing rates slow down
6, 2005 — Seasonal slaughter trends cited. BSE testing figures for last month were the smallest in seven months, with the number of weekly tests being about 25 percent below the previous few months. Officials with the stepped-up federal BSE surveillance program said the decline was simply a matter of seasonal cow slaughter declines and was not associated with any changes in current protocol. For the month of...
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