Double sheep tags from July

December 2002
Farmers Weekly;12/27/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 26, p7
Trade Publication
Reports on a proposal requiring all sheep in the European Union to have double ear tags starting July 2003. Aim of the proposal; Possible benefits of the sheep identification rule; Criticisms against the proposal.


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