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UK..Incurable virus killing thousands of sheep.
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 11038537:MV8xNzg2NDEwXzI5NjkxMTkzXzIzNDRBMzIw] [quote:Anonymous Coward 11024355:MV8xNzg2NDEwXzI5Njg4NTI1XzZFQjIxMTM4] Why is everyone ignoring this glaring report? [link to blog.santelog.com] [b]"" Sirs, Ladies, during the last compulsory vaccination, against both sérotypes 8 and 1 of the FCO, at the risk of legal proceedings, we made notice, by services of the DDTM, the hurts provoked in the points of injection, and during births, a large number of lambs presented deformations very similar to those whom you attribute to the Virus Schmallenberg. Few lambs survived, and in which state! We deducted from it, that the vaccine which was imposed on us, contaminated our ewes, because we have probably, already, received the result of a transfer(transformation), as that described in the Netherlands. During the summer, 2010, we did not renew any more this vaccination, to see these events reproducing, and, effectively, our ewes gave birth to normal lambs. We thank you, Sirs and Ladies, sincerely, to have ended this obligation to inoculate, which(who) caused us a considerable damage. "[/b] A vaccine caused similar results in ewes. They stopped using the vaccine and the ewes gave birth to normal lambs! ??? [/quote] Yeah. Why is everyone ignoring this ?? It is there, right before your eyes. SEE??? [/quote]
link to www.pulse.co.uk
In a ewe that was carrying twins, she would have a job lambing it. You would have to pull it out," said farmer Clive Sleightholme.
"The legs were fused together and tucked underneath, its head was angular, not formed properly.
"They had undershot jaws and they weren't fleshed out properly but nearly every one was alive when it was pulled out but only lived seconds up to a minute."
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