Limitations Imposed Following the Discovery of Bluetongue on Kent Farms

On November 11, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) confirmed four cases of bluetongue in cattle, with the virus identified in a cow near Canterbury. In response, a temporary control zone spanning 10km (6 miles) has been established, imposing restrictions on the movement of animals.

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