Mad cow disease discovered in the Netherlands poses no risk to humans | Domestically

Mad cow disease (BSE) was diagnosed in a dead cow on a farm in southern Holland. The disease was diagnosed during a routine check-up. It’s about a different so-called ‘aged variant’, which is less dangerous to humans, according to the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality. Meat does not enter the food chain.

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