Feed rules ‘too lax’ in Canada and U.S.

Feed rules ‘too lax’ in Canada and U.S.

U.S. expert comments after mad cow found in B.C.

Wency Leung, Vancouver Sun
Published: Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Canada and the U.S. have been too complacent in regulating cattle products in animal feed, a U.S. expert on mad cow disease said Monday, after confirmation that the brain-wasting illness had been found in a B.C. dairy cow.


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