CANADIAN farmers will continue to feed cows' blood to cattle despite a US assessment that it could spread mad cow disease. Canada's ministry of agriculture said there is little risk that blood could be infectious and will not prohibit it as feed. Canada has banned feeding material from ruminants to ruminants except for blood, fat and gelatin.

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