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No dead animals in cattle feed: In 1997 the Federal Drug Administration banned the use of dead animals in cattle feed. Cattle ranchers are required to adhere to FDA standards to prevent BSE which is commonly known as mad cow disease. A quote in a story Thursday was incorrect.No dead animals in cattle feed: In 1997 the Federal Drug Administration banned the use of dead animals in cattle feed. Cattle ranchers are required to adhere to FDA standards to prevent BSE which is commonly known as mad cow disease. A quote in a story Thursday was incorrect.


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