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Aug 10, 2012

Schmallenberg virus


Update on GB testing results

There are 275 UK farms reporting SBV: 53 in cattle, 219 in sheep and 3 premises which reported sheep (earlier in the year) and are now also reporting cattle cases.  There are no new reported cases since the 9 July 2012.  All farms are within the recognised risk counties in England.

 See update on AHVLA website here



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