Czech Republic BSE livestock tests

13 December 2004

The State Veterinary Inspection (SVS) in the Czech Republic reported in early December that a total of 685,000 head of cattle had been tested for BSE in the country since February 2001, of which 15 tested positive, according to the CTK news agency's Business News. Of the animals testing positive, one was a bull and the remainder cows. One test for BSE costs euro 43.9), of which euro 19.5 is provided by the European Union.

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