Did you see that in the January Journal? Their entire herd of 1,450 animals (bulls and cows) has been tested for curley calf. They say right up front that they're going to continue to flush two particular cows that are known carriers. Those calves will have to be tested AM free before they can be registered. In the future, they'll only use bulls that have been tested AM free and every animal they sell will be tested AM free. Looks like a good plan to me. This is bound to have cost them some big bucks. But they're moving on and plan to have their next sale as scheduled in March.