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The U.S. Department of Agriculture has tracked down two offspring of the cow with mad cow disease found in California last week, ABC News reports. One of the offspring, which was euthanized at a dairy in another state, tested negative for mad cow disease.
USDA officials said the other cow born to the diseased animal in the last two years was stillborn.
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