Pre-show isolation

Buss, Jessica
April 2002
Farmers Weekly;4/12/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 15, p39
Trade Publication
Discusses the regulation of putting British show cattle stock in DEFRA approved on-farm isolation units 20 days before the first show. Implications of the regulation for livestock exhibitors at the English agricultural show on May 11-12, 2002; Number of exhibitors to which the regulation was sent; Details regarding the regulation.


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