Friday, 21 March 2008

We're now in the Blue Tongue Surveillance Area

As a new case of Blue Tongue was found in Lincolnshire on Wednesday, the surveillance zone has been extended to cover the rest of North Yorkshire and Redcar and Cleveland.
Not quite got my head round what effect that will have on us, but it might mean we stand a better chance of being able to get our animals vaccinated.
It can't be long before the whole of England is either in a protection or surveillance zone.

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