LONDON:- A case of BSE - commonly dubbed “mad cow disease” - has been found on a Scottish farm, though the isolated case posed no risk to human health, the devolved government in Edinburgh said Thursday. Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy was found on a farm in Aberdeenshire in northeast Scotland. “Precautionary movement restrictions have been put in place at the farm, while further investigations to identify the origin of the disease occur,” the Scottish government said. “This is standard procedure for a confirmed case of classical BSE, which does not represent a threat to human health.”–AFP