Croatia starts pre-emptive vaccination against lumpy skin disease - News, analysis and expert comment on the CAP, agriculture, agribusiness, farm trade and the food industry worldwide

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Croatia starts pre-emptive vaccination against lumpy skin disease - News, analysis and expert comment on the CAP, agriculture, agribusiness, farm trade and the food industry worldwide

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Croatia has become the first EU member state to start pre-emptively vaccinating cattle against lumpy skin disease (LSD) in a bid to stop the virus spreading from neighbouring countries.

The Croatian agriculture ministry said it had taken the decision to vaccinate the country’s entire cattle herd after consulting with dairy producers, breeders and scientific experts.

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Croatia starts pre-emptive vaccination against lumpy skin disease - News, analysis and expert comment on the CAP, agriculture, agribusiness, farm trade and the food industry worldwide
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Croatia starts pre-emptive vaccination against lumpy skin disease - News, analysis and expert comment on the CAP, agriculture, agribusiness, farm trade and the food industry worldwide

Agra Europe's online guide to the EU Common Agricultural Policy, CAP Monitor, offers full analysis of the CAP for 2014-2020 plus new features.

Croatia has become the first EU member state to start pre-emptively vaccinating cattle against lumpy skin disease (LSD) in a bid to stop the virus spreading from neighbouring countries.

The Croatian agriculture ministry said it had taken the decision to vaccinate the country’s entire cattle herd after consulting with dairy producers, breeders and scientific experts.

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