The farmer at the centre of the latest BSE case discovered in the UK has confirmed none of the other animals slaughtered and tested had been carrying the deadly disease.
Mad cow disease
When is the Aberdeen bypass going to open? A simple enough question but one which appears to be just a little bit too tough for those who should know the answer.
Scotland’s £674 million flagship beef industry is assessing the potential cost and reputational implications of a single case of BSE.
A farmer has spoken of his devastation after one of his cows was found to have BSE.
The Aberdeenshire farmer whose cow tested positive for the first case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) in Scotland in a decade has described the situation as "devastating".
Farm leaders have been quick to reassure consumers of the safety of Scottish beef after a case of BSE was confirmed on an Aberdeenshire farm.