Swedes suspect in cow deaths

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Published on 25/11/2014
With more than an 200 cows dead or left with liver and kidney damage, and no definitive answer about the cause, farmers are nervous about what to plant over coming weeks for next winter’s crop.

See Ian Blackman’s comments in the October issue of NZ Dairy Exporter below:


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