October 2007
Farmers Weekly;10/5/2007, Vol. 147 Issue 14, p55
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The article presents an update on livestock movements in foot-and-mouth (F&M) low-risk area inside the bluetongue protection zone and in F&M risk area in England. Multiple pick-ups and drop-offs between premises including slaughter markets and collection centres can take place in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex on certain conditions. Pig movements to markets are not allowed in Surrey, Greater London and Buckinghamshire. Farm-to-farm movements of cattle and sheep are permitted under strict conditions.


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