Officials trying to determine if meat reached Montana
HELENA (AP) - State and federal officials were still trying to determine today how much, if any, meat from a Holstein diagnosed with mad cow disease reached Montana.
''We're trying to find out more this morning but haven't found out anything yet,'' Karen Cooper, a spokeswoman for the state Department of Livestock, said today.
Even after the weekend announcement by federal officials that some meat from the diseased cow in Washington state may have made it to Montana, some grocers in the state said beef products are still on the shelves and still selling well.
''We haven't heard much about it...
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