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New Case of BSE discovered in the US: NCF. as big of hypocrites as ever

the USDA announced today that another case of BSE has been discovered in the USA. Mind you, we still have a ban in place against Canadian Beef, despite their ability to prove their own competance in preventing cases of BSE which is driving the majority of Canadian beef ranchers into insolvency.

The NCF can say time and time again that our beef is safe and that BSE pozes no threat to our food supply, but as it stands, if the US is only testing
375,000 head of targeted cattle per year, then we're just touching the tip of the iceberg. The testing practices and the preventative measures need to be stepped up, otherwise beef prices will continue to soar for the consumer and small business.
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