JAPAN: BSE cows ate same milk substitute - has ministry found source of contamination?
All three Holsteins cows in Japan diagnosed with BSE were fed with a milk substitute from the same factory, the Gunma prefecture government revealed on Saturday. The ministry had hoped that because they were all born in the spring of 1996, the source of their contamination could be found by checking their feed.
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