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Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy-Infected Cow Found in California

Fourth-ever U.S. case, a dairy cow, was not intended for slaughter.

Infected cow's herd mates test negative for BSE

Twenty-nine cows tested negative for mad cow disease after they were culled from the same herd where an infected cow had been found, the Agriculture Department said July 9. Tests of 38 more cows from the herd are pending, officials said.

3rd U.S. case of mad cow disease found in Alabama

The third U.S. case of mad cow disease has been confirmed on a farm in Alabama, the Agriculture Department has announced.

Another mad cow case found in Canada

Canada's Food Inspection Agency confirmed a new case of mad cow disease in the far west province of British Columbia. It was the fifth case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) detected in Canada since 2003 and the second this year.

Dean says no to milk from cloned cows

Milk from cloned cows is not welcome at the nation's biggest milk company.

Tests Confirm Second Mad Cow Case in U.S.

Tests have confirmed mad cow disease in a U.S. cow previously cleared of having the brain wasting illness, the Agriculture Department said today. It is the second case of mad cow disease in the United States.

Animal in mad cow scare born before feed ban

An animal suspected of having mad cow disease was born before the implementation of the 1997 feed ban that prohibits cattle remains in animal feed, the U.S. Agriculture Department said on Monday.

Muufri is Moo-Free 'Milk'

Actually, cow's DNA is being bioengineered to produce something resembling milk.

IFT report examines public health, regulatory and economic issues related to ...

Developments in testing methods and effective risk management are important to the ultimate fate of transmissible spongiform encephalopathies like BSE (Mad Cow Disease) according to the latest report by the Institute of Food Technologists, issued this week and providing a timely, comprehensive ...

Mad cow disease comes calling

Public confidence in the U.S. is unshaken -- so far

Inside the Latest U.S. Case of Mad Cow Disease

The April discovery of bovine spongiform encephalopathy only proves safeguards are working.

Young Cooks Look for Easy Ways to Wow

Cooking is an option, not an obligation for 20-Something cooks; but they want to improve their cooking skills.

Organic By Any Other Name

The boom in demand for organic foods and ingredients threatens to outpace supply. Yet some companies are coming under fire for allegedly “fudging” what is truly organic. The question is, do the cows have to be happy for the milk to be organic?

New Food and Beverage Rollout: April 2013

Our April 2013 new food and beverage rollout highlights healthy and convenient products for consumers.

Introducing The A-Maize-ing Adventures of Colonel Corn

Food Processing introduces The A-Maize-ing Adventures of Colonel Corn, a new monthly feature that will have you laughing -- and getting creative -- until the cows come home.

Dairy Trends 2014: Innovation Until the Cows Come Home

Bolder flavors, natural colors and better cultures are available for ice cream, Greek-style yogurt and other dairy products, so let the innovation begin.

Philippines lifts ban on U.S. beef

The Philippines is lifting a mad cow-related ban on U.S. beef, the Agriculture Department said Thursday. The Philippines had temporarily banned U.S. beef and beef products in June, after the United States confirmed a second case of mad cow disease in a Texas-born cow.

Meat Safety Under the Microscope

The initial bull market for beef created huge trade for low-priced, good quality meat. But it also opened the door to food safety and health issues.

Could Printed Cheese Be Next on the Menu?

3D printing could one day be used in dairy applications.

Formulating Better Meat Analogs

Whether it's fear of mad cow disease, personal or religious preference or a desire to eat more healthfully, Americans are eating more vegetarian meals. What surely helps this drift toward partial, and even total, vegetarianism is better meat analogs.

Monsanto gives up on rBST, puts Posilac up for sale

Responding to consumer demand, Monsanto announces it will try to sell its dairy cow artificial growth hormone business.

Meat Packer Admits Slaughter of Sick Cows

Cow Power and Innovation at Worldwide Food Expo 2009

Connecting cows, cooperatives, Capitol Hill and consumers

Holy Cow!!!!

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