HOKKAIDO – The Hokkaido Prefectural Government ordered livestock hygiene authorities Wednesday to inspect 13,000 local dairy farms after it was learned that the Chiba Prefecture cow suspected of carrying mad cow disease came from Hokkaido.
Hygiene authorities will check to see if any of the 1.27 million beef and dairy cows being bred in Hokkaido show symptoms of the disease, officials said.
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