Outbreak of Bluetongue disease in Britain spreads to sheep

Associated Press
October 15, 2007 

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BLUETONGUE, the livestock disease that hit cattle in Britain last month, has spread to sheep, government veterinarians said Sunday.The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs said the virus had been found in two flocks in Suffolk county, northeast of London.

Britain’s first case of bluetongue was confirmed on a Suffolk cattle farm last month…

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