Report of Mad Cow Disease Recently Found In U.S
Not since 2006 has the United States received a scare for mad cow disease, this is now the case following a report of one infected dairy cow in California. Tuesday the Department of Agriculture reassured that no meat has entered the food chain and the cow, “at no time presented a risk to the food supply or human health.” One positive factor is that this disease cannot be transmitted through milk. Having concerns, South Korean retailers have temporarily stopped their sales of U.S beef. Some of the main beef export markets include Mexico, Canada, South Korea and Japan.