Hunt, Jeremy
September 2012
Farmers Weekly;9/7/2012, Vol. 158 Issue 10, p52
Trade Publication
The article presents guidelines for quarantining newly arrived ewes in farms in Great Britain. Newly purchased flocks should be quarantined for at least four weeks to prevent buying in diseases. All bought-in sheep should be considered as untreated and separated from other sheep. Batches of newly arrived sheep should also be inspected for disease symptoms.


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