Costly cattle disease spreads to Bulgaria - News, analysis and expert comment on the CAP, agriculture, agribusiness, farm trade and the food industry worldwide

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Bulgaria has reported its first ever cases of Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD), a virus that can have serious impacts on milk and beef production.

In an April 14 report to the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE),the country’s Chief Veterinary Officer Damyan Iliev confirmed the disease had beenfound on two backyard farms in the Haskovo region and one in the Staro Zagoraregion.

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London, England, United Kingdom51.51°N 0.13°W0.320No
Wales, United Kingdom52.5°N 3.5°W0.305No
England, United Kingdom52.16°N 0.7°W0.290No
Bulgaria42.67°N 25.25°E0.289Yes
Haskovo, Haskovo, Bulgaria41.93°N 25.56°E0.284Yes
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Costly cattle disease spreads to Bulgaria - News, analysis and expert comment on the CAP, agriculture, agribusiness, farm trade and the food industry worldwide
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Bulgaria has reported its first ever cases of Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD), a virus that can have serious impacts on milk and beef production.

In an April 14 report to the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE),the country’s Chief Veterinary Officer Damyan Iliev confirmed the disease had beenfound on two backyard farms in the Haskovo region and one in the Staro Zagoraregion.

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