South Korean farmers assess fallout of major outbreak of foot and mouth disease

Kay, Bryan
February 2011
Christian Science Monitor;2/24/2011, pN.PAG
An outbreak of foot and mouth disease has plunged the South Korean farming sector into crisis mode, threatening the livelihoods of a generation of farmers and hitting consumers.


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