Canada has closed the bovine tuberculosis investigation that began nearly two years ago. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency conducted lab culture tests on about 30,000 animals tested during its probe. The investigation started in 2016 after finding six cases of bovine tuberculosis in cattle, which was first discovered in a U.S. slaughterhouse. The agency expects to publish a summary report online in June.
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