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Mr Mellor spoke of his fear after Defra confirmed bluetongue virus eight had been found in imported cattle on a farm near Bishop Auckland in County Durham on Wednesday.
North Africa: a regional overview of bluetongue virus, vectors, surveillance and unique features.
Bluetongue virus (BTV) infects ruminants, camelids, and occasionally large carnivores.
It is clear the bluetongue virus is now re-circulating in Europe, and it is not surprising France has seen the first new cases because they are experiencing much warmer weather.
Even if the bluetongue virus doesn't reach Wales during 2008, the indirect losses for the industry are estimated at pounds 5.
Meanwhile, an article in The Veterinary Record magazine this week explains how the midge that carried bluetongue virus to the UK probably surfed the air currents above the North Sea for up to 12 hours before landing in Suffolk.
Bluetongue virus (BTV) causes severe clinical disease in certain breeds of sheep; BTV and epizootic hemorrhagic disease virus (EHDV) cause clinical disease in some species of deer (3,4).
It is clear bluetongue virus is now recirculating in Europe.
However, there are some issues that are mostly out of our hands, such as the spread of bluetongue virus.
Ironically their own tongues are blue but there is little scientific evidence to back up claims they are resistant to the bluetongue virus.
Bluetongue is a vector-borne viral disease of wild and domestic ruminants caused by Bluetongue virus (BTV; family Reoviridae, genus Reovirus).
CATTLE AT Bixley Farms in Norfolk yesterday became the first animals in the country to be vaccinated against the bluetongue virus.