The countryside belongs to all of us, not just the farmers
Foot-and-mouth not only afflicts cattle. Since the outbreak started it has stopped people using their feet and, more significantly, has given rise to some of the most obscure misinformation by mouth. I am still confused about the best use of vaccination, whether funeral pyres are really no worse than bonfire nights or indeed if the consumption of meat is either necessary or desirable.
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