By Selena Masson
Monday, 24 September 2007
Despite the confirmation of the bluetongue virus in a cow in Suffolk, Defra have confirmed this morning that it should not lead to restrictions on shooting, stalking and gamekeeping activity.
Any restrictions imposed will relate only to the movement of live ruminants (cattle, sheep, goats and deer) out of the control zones around the outbreak.
Carcass movements are not affected.
For more information visit the BASC website.
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