ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 25, 2012
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(Washington: Jim Avila) The concerns about the impact of a case of mad cow disease in California on the meat industry examined; details given from the USDA about a farm in Hanford and how the dead cow failed a test so other untested cows could be diseased. [Dairy manager Ralph MENDOZA- worries demand will drop.] ["Deadly Feasts" author Richard RHODES- says there could be other infected cows.] [USDA Dr. John CLIFFORD - affirms our food is safe.] Past problems with plants in following the USDA rules outlined.
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