Schmallenberg spread a warning to Europe, scientists say

The outbreak of a new livestock disease in western Europe last year, particularly harmful to offspring, could move further into areas surrounding the worst affected countries in the next cycle of new births, scientists say. The Schmallenberg virus – named after the German town where it was first detected in November – infected sheep and cows on at least 2,600 farms in eight EU countries last year, most likely between August and October. Click here to read more at Drovers/CatttleNetwork.com…

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