WASHINGTON -- Two beef industry associations ran ads in national newspapers earlier this month, to help offset the flurry of publicity surrounding "mad cow" disease or bovine spongiform encephalopathy. is part of an ad program we launched about four years ago focusing on image of cattlemen what they do to provide a safe and wholesome product," she said. "We consistently run them in the Washington Post, the national edition of the New York Times, and the [Washington] D.C. edition of the Wall ...

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