Saturday 24 February, 2024

Bluetongue identified at Norfolk farm

Defra said it was the first case to have been identified outside of Kent this year

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Two cases of bluetongue had been found on a farm in Norfolk
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Two cases of bluetongue had been found on a farm in Norfolk

Two new cases of bluetongue have been identified at a farm in Norfolk as livestock farmers are urged to be vigilant to the spread of the virus. Defra confirmed two cows in the village of Cantley, Broadland,...

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