there is now more out bracks of foot and mouth wich are now currently being testing
I really hope they can isolate and innoculate, rather than slaughter the animals. I imagine it depends on the severity of the outbreak?
Innoculation would require slaughter eventually, if I've read the old MAFF Panphlet right, due to them effectively being "infected". It just stops the spread of the wild strain (I'm open to correction on that, though)
The saddest thing is, (I read) that the animals recover naturally after a couple of weeks. But they are still killed due to risk of spreading the disease.
New cull inside the 3km zone. Not what I wanted to hear... unsure if it is the disease, further tests are being carried out.
According to an "insider" on the report, speaking on BBC 5 Live, it was from Merial, and it was human based transportation. That could be wrong though, as the "source" said.