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Mad cow in Japan
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Hogman    Posted 11-08-2001 at 20:06:30       [Reply]  [No Email]
Just read a recent report about the confirmed case of mad cow in Japan.Seems They killed the animal and used Her for animal food. Makes sense,spread tha wealth ya know.

Said The people there are a little nervous about eating home grown beef now.Might help Us at tha sale barn.


Mike Taylor    Posted 11-09-2001 at 08:15:39       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Well, this is a different kind of mad cow. But, when I was a kid out deer hunting, I heard a cow continously bellowing and walking in large circles of maybe 100 yds diameter. When she came into view ( I was up a tree stand) she was slobbering and shaking her head back and forth. She continued on and finally went out of hearing range. That was the first time I saw a mad cow (rabies).


JD790    Posted 11-08-2001 at 21:09:42       [Reply]  [Send Email]
My Brother inlaws wifes Dad died of Mad cow disease Or cruchfield Jacobs whichever you call it in Spokane WA. It took a phone call to Cal Berkley or Stanford university by his daughter to find out what was wrong with her Dad. The hospitals here were clueless. Was to late by this time. They figured he got it in Europe or possibly Australia 40 years ago.


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