that hamburger on the grill
why is nobody talking about the USDA slaughtering cows in Texas?
Washington — The government has killed and is testing 29 cows from the herd of the Texas cow infected with mad cow disease, the Agriculture Department said Friday.
Investigators have been working to identify offspring and herd mates born within a year of the infected cow's birth. The infected cow was a 12-year-old Brahma cross beef cow.
Twenty-nine adult cows were removed from the herd on Wednesday, the department said. They were taken to a collection site and killed, and tissue samples were removed for testing, the department said.
Even better, said mad cow was found back in November. And yes, it is now July.