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Canadian officials report to the last case of mad cow disease (BSE)
The newest case of mad-cow disease in Canada reportedly did not enter the food or feed systems. The 6-year-old animal from central Alberta was tested positive for bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in late January, according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

The cow showed progressive symptoms for BSE, and it was destroyed following a veterinarian examination. Carcass samples were sent to Winnipeg for confirmatory testing.

The country`s public health service has since launched a `comprehensive investigation` to identify other animals of interest to determine how this animal was exposed to the BSE agent.


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BOVINE

Protecting protein to reduce methane production in ruminantsmembers
Ruminants have a low efficiency of nitrogen (N) utilization that has negative implications for animal production and the environment, but reducing the ruminal degradation of protein can help to reduce N losses. The objective of this study was to evaluate the inclusion of sunflower meal (SM) and sunflower seed (SS) protected against ruminal degradation in high‐cereal diets on in vitro ruminal fermentation and CH4 production.

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  • Non-tuberculous Mycobacteria in healthy slaughtered cattle and the abattoir members
  • Subclinical ketosis in dairy cows: prevalence and risk factorsmembers


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