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A federal judge ruled that a small meatpacker must be allowed to test all its cattle for mad cow disease; the United States Department of Agriculture, which insists on testing less than 1 percent of slaughtered cattle for the disease, said that it will appeal the decision because of the high likelihood of false positives, which would harm the meat industy.

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A federal judge ruled that a small meatpacker must be allowed to test all its cattle for mad cow disease; the United States Department of Agriculture, which insists on testing less than 1 percent of slaughtered cattle for the disease, said that it will appeal the decision because of the high likelihood of false positives, which would harm the meat industy.

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