BSE #12 … and counting


The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) confirmed bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in a six-year-old dairy cow from Alberta on Tuesday. 01

The agency is reported to have said that no part of [this] infected animal’s carcass entered the human food or animal feed chains and that Canada’s “controlled risk” status will not be affected. 02

“If a person consumes any part of the animal or animal parts from a diseased cow it always turns into the fatal brain wasting variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease also known as vCJD.” 03

01. 2008/02/26 – CFIA: BSE case confirmed in Alberta
02. 2008/02/27 – CP: Infected Alberta dairy cow latest case …
03. 2008/02/27 – InjuryBoard: Another Mad Cow Found…Amid Many Loopholes

2007/12/18 – Reuters: Canada finds 11th BSE case in old beef cow
2007/12/18 – CTV: CFIA reports new mad cow case in Alberta
2007/12/18 – CattleNetwork: BSE Case Confirmed In Alberta
2007/12/18 – CP: Food inspection agency confirms mad cow…
2007/12/18 – WallacesFarmer: New BSE Case Found In Canada
2007/12/18 – SaskatoonHomepage: BSE Case in Alberta
2007/12/18 – CdnCattlemen: CFIA finds Canada’s 11th mad cow
2007/12/18 – AP: Canadian food inspection agency confirms mad cow
2007/12/18 – AFP: Canada finds mad cow in 13-year-old steer
2007/12/18 – Bloomberg: Canada Confirms Eleventh Case of Mad-Cow Disease
2007/12/18 – Brownfield: Canada finds latest case of BSE
2007/12/18 – NQR: New case of mad cow in Canada
2007/12/19 – Toronto Star: Case of mad cow confirmed
2008/02/26 – Epoch Times: Canada Confirms 12th Case of Mad Cow Disease


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