USDA INVESTIGATES ANOTHER COW SAMPLE FOR BSE iculture said last week that a sample submitted by a private veterinarian returned "non-definitive test results" and will undergo further analysis -- both in the United States and England -- for bovine spongiform encephalopathy, or mad cow disease. Agency officials said the animal did not enter the human food or animal feed chains. The veterinarian responsible for the sample took it from a cow that was at least 12 years old and experienced ...

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