Foot-and-Mouth Disease: Further Repercussions

Spear, Stuart
November 2001
Journal of Environmental Health;Nov2001, Vol. 64 Issue 4, p40
Academic Journal
Reports on the possible contamination of foot-and-mouth pyres to the water supplies in Devon, England. Instructions on the removal of ash from cattle; Failure of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Food to provide accurate measures on the age of cattle; Concerns on chemical used as disinfectants.


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