TOKUSHIMA – In the wake of Japan’s first case of mad cow disease, the Tokushima Prefectural Government on Sunday began to collect livestock feed, which might have used meat and bone meal (MBM) infected by mad cow disease, the government said.
According to the prefectural government, officials collected a total of 1.5 tons of livestock feed from four different agricultural cooperative in the prefecture.
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