UK: Movement restriction the only possible solution - NFU
The industry has no choice left but to "batten down the hatches" and temporarily stop movements of animals on or off any farm in England and Wales, the NFU said today. Reacting to the news that there will be a total ban on livestock movements in Britain for seven days, NFU President Ben Gill said: "This will be hard - but not as hard as if foot and mouth spreads throughout the entire British livestock population."
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