Schmallenberg virus in the UK
Schmallenberg is a viral disease which affects sheep, cattle and goats and was first detected in August 2011 in cattle in the Netherlands and Germany.
The Schmallenberg virus, which affects sheep, cattle and goats was first detected August 2011 in cattle in the Netherlands and Germany.
Find out what this disease means for farming in the UK and read the background and news on the spread of the disease in the UK.
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