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Vermont / Sheep / Mad Cow Disease #194263

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 06, 2000
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(Studio: Antonio Mora) Report introduced.

(New York: Liz Cho) The court battle in Vermont over the Agriculture Department's decision to slaughter a Vermont ranch's sheep from Belgium that might have been exposed to mad cow disease featured. [Sheep farmer Heather FAILLACE - says there is nothing wrong with our sheep.] [USDA senior veterinarian Dr. Linda DETWILER - says the sheep could introduce disease into the US.] [Sheep farmers Linda and Francis FAILLACE - say the sheep are part of the family.] The destruction of cows in Europe to prevent the spread of BSE recalled.

Reporter(s):
Cho, Liz;
Mora, Antonio
Duration:
00:02:20

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