June 2002
Farmers Weekly;6/14/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 24, p90
Trade Publication
Presents information on the Broomwell Herald award that have been established in memory of the flock of Ryeland sheep slaughtered as part of the foot-and-mouth cull in Scotland. Brief background of the award scheme; Owners of the slaughtered flock of sheep during the outbreak of the foot-and-mouth disease in Scotland.


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