Bluetongue is Wales' priority

July 2008
Farmers Weekly;7/18/2008, p16
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The article reports on the commitment of the Welsh Assembly government to protecting Wales' livestock from the bluetongue virus. The initiative was confirmed by Wales' chief veterinary officer Christianne Glossop. Speaking ahead of the Royal Welsh Show, Glossop said the prime objective was to protect Welsh livestock from the devastating disease. The decision was based on factors such as the circulation of midges, the weather and density of livestock.


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