An expert panel of the Food Safety Commission agreed Wednesday to work toward raising the age limit for domestic cattle to be tested for mad cow disease 48 months old, up from 30 months at present.
The minimum age for testing domestic cattle for mad cow, formally known as bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), was raised Monday to 30 months from 21 months.
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