Monday, July 11, 2005

67 animals test negative for mad cow... but the 68th

67 animals test negative for mad cow

WASHINGTON -- Sixty-seven cows culled from the herd of an animal infected with mad cow disease have tested negative for the disease, the Agriculture Department said Sunday. Testing was conducted on two groups removed from the herd at an undisclosed ranch in Texas; 29 cows were tested Wednesday, 38 Friday. Results released Sunday on the second group were negative, the same finding the department had announced Saturday for the initial test group.
From The Detroit News

However, it is unconfirmed and wholly unreported that when the 68th cow was tested it said "I'm not a cow, I'm a Duck!"

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