F&M fiasco continues

November 2007
Farmers Weekly;11/16/2007, Vol. 147 Issue 20, p33
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The article focuses on the effect of foot-and-mouth (F&M) disease on a farm in England. According to the author, a new restriction zone stretching 150km has been implemented where some sampling of animals will take place. He adds that barren and high cell count cows as well as bobby calves have not been sold for weeks which add to costs and clog up the system.


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