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A new case of mad cow disease in California workers selected a dead dairy cow for random sampling.
And discovered the case the carcass was -- rendering plant that processes diseased or sick animals.
And in non edible products like soap or glue.
But it is now in quarantine and will be destroyed.
The Agriculture Department says there's no cause for alarm.
Our laboratory confirmed the findings and also indicated it was an atypical form of -- which is a rare form of disease.
And is not likely to be attributable to.
Mad cow disease can be fatal to humans you meet the tainted beef.
It is a link to a rare and deadly nerve disease the World Health Organization says humans can't be infected by drinking the milk.
Dairy farmers are emphasizing that message.
I want the consumers to be very aware.
That the milk supply is safe that this has no effect on the milk and that the meat supply is safe that that -- did not make it into the into the -- teen the company doesn't know from which -- came since we do you have so many thousand.
In this region and a it's very likely you know because there is such a high population of I'm surprised it hasn't happened a long time ago some South Korean retailers are suspending sales of USB following this discovery.
In New York Ainsley Earhardt Fox News.
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