OFFICIALS INVESTIGATE THIRD U.S. CASE OF MAD COW tment of Agriculture last week were planning to exhume the carcass of an Alabama cow that tested positive for mad cow disease to learn more about its breed and age, and look for any form of identification such as ear tags. The cow had lived on the Alabama farm for less than a year, so investigators want to determine the animal's place of birth. Last week's announcement of a third U.S. case of mad cow came just as USDA officials said the ...

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