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SERBIA-MILK/
RTR3E0WW
February 20, 2013
A dairy cow looks out from a pen at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities...
DOBANOVCI, Serbia
A dairy cow looks out from a pen at a farm in Dobanovci
A dairy cow looks out from a pen at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities in Serbia ordered an unspecified number of dairies to withdraw their milk from shops pending tests for a toxin released by fungi often found in grains, the agriculture ministry said on Tuesday. The ministry said in a statement that initial tests in Serbia had suggested the possible presence of aflatoxin, a potentially carcinogenic product of the Aspergillus fungi species, "above prescribed levels". REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
SERBIA-MILK/
RTR3E0WV
February 20, 2013
An employee monitors cows that are being milked by machines at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February...
DOBANOVCI, Serbia
An employee monitors cows that are being milked by machines at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade
An employee monitors cows that are being milked by machines at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities in Serbia ordered an unspecified number of dairies to withdraw their milk from shops pending tests for a toxin released by fungi often found in grains, the agriculture ministry said on Tuesday. The ministry said in a statement that initial tests in Serbia had suggested the possible presence of aflatoxin, a potentially carcinogenic product of the Aspergillus fungi species, "above prescribed levels". REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
SERBIA-MILK/
RTR3E0WS
February 20, 2013
A calf stands in a pen at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities in Serbia...
DOBANOVCI, Serbia
A calf stands in a pen at a farm in Dobanovci
A calf stands in a pen at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities in Serbia ordered an unspecified number of dairies to withdraw their milk from shops pending tests for a toxin released by fungi often found in grains, the agriculture ministry said on Tuesday. The ministry said in a statement that initial tests in Serbia had suggested the possible presence of aflatoxin, a potentially carcinogenic product of the Aspergillus fungi species, "above prescribed levels". REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
SERBIA-MILK/
RTR3E0WR
February 20, 2013
An ear tag is seen on a dairy cow at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities...
DOBANOVCI, Serbia
An ear tag is seen on a dairy cow at a farm in Dobanovci
An ear tag is seen on a dairy cow at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities in Serbia ordered an unspecified number of dairies to withdraw their milk from shops pending tests for a toxin released by fungi often found in grains, the agriculture ministry said on Tuesday. The ministry said in a statement that initial tests in Serbia had suggested the possible presence of aflatoxin, a potentially carcinogenic product of the Aspergillus fungi species, "above prescribed levels". REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
SERBIA-MILK/
RTR3E0WP
February 20, 2013
Calves are seen at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities in Serbia ordered...
DOBANOVCI, Serbia
Calves are seen at a farm in Dobanovci
Calves are seen at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities in Serbia ordered an unspecified number of dairies to withdraw their milk from shops pending tests for a toxin released by fungi often found in grains, the agriculture ministry said on Tuesday. The ministry said in a statement that initial tests in Serbia had suggested the possible presence of aflatoxin, a potentially carcinogenic product of the Aspergillus fungi species, "above prescribed levels". REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
SERBIA-MILK/
RTR3E0WK
February 20, 2013
An employee monitors a cow milking machine at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities...
DOBANOVCI, Serbia
An employee monitors a cow milking machine at a farm in Dobanovci
An employee monitors a cow milking machine at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities in Serbia ordered an unspecified number of dairies to withdraw their milk from shops pending tests for a toxin released by fungi often found in grains, the agriculture ministry said on Tuesday. The ministry said in a statement that initial tests in Serbia had suggested the possible presence of aflatoxin, a potentially carcinogenic product of the Aspergillus fungi species, "above prescribed levels". REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
SERBIA-MILK/
RTR3E0WJ
February 20, 2013
Dairy cows are seen at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities in Serbia ordered...
DOBANOVCI, Serbia
Dairy cows are seen at a farm in Dobanovci
Dairy cows are seen at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities in Serbia ordered an unspecified number of dairies to withdraw their milk from shops pending tests for a toxin released by fungi often found in grains, the agriculture ministry said on Tuesday. The ministry said in a statement that initial tests in Serbia had suggested the possible presence of aflatoxin, a potentially carcinogenic product of the Aspergillus fungi species, "above prescribed levels". REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
SERBIA-MILK/
RTR3E0WI
February 20, 2013
Dairy cows are seen at a farm in Dobanovci near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities in Serbia ordered...
DOBANOVCI, Serbia
Dairy cows are seen at a farm in Dobanovci near Belgrade
Dairy cows are seen at a farm in Dobanovci near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities in Serbia ordered an unspecified number of dairies to withdraw their milk from shops pending tests for a toxin released by fungi often found in grains, the agriculture ministry said on Tuesday. The ministry said in a statement that initial tests in Serbia had suggested the possible presence of aflatoxin, a potentially carcinogenic product of the Aspergillus fungi species, "above prescribed levels". REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
SERBIA-MILK/
RTR3E0WG
February 20, 2013
An employee monitors a cow milking machine at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities...
DOBANOVCI, Serbia
An employee monitors a cow milking machine at a farm in Dobanovci
An employee monitors a cow milking machine at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities in Serbia ordered an unspecified number of dairies to withdraw their milk from shops pending tests for a toxin released by fungi often found in grains, the agriculture ministry said on Tuesday. The ministry said in a statement that initial tests in Serbia had suggested the possible presence of aflatoxin, a potentially carcinogenic product of the Aspergillus fungi species, "above prescribed levels". REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
BALKANS-AGRICULTURE/
RTXU352
November 01, 2010
Cows are seen at a BD Agro farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade, October 28, 2010. Foreign investors are...
DOBANOVCI, Serbia
To match analysis BALKANS-AGRICULTURE/
Cows are seen at a BD Agro farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade, October 28, 2010. Foreign investors are showing renewed interest in agriculture in the emerging Balkans, where land and labour are relatively cheap and crops plentiful, although strewn with many potential pitfalls. Picture taken October 28, 2010. To match analysis BALKANS-AGRICULTURE/ REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS BUSINESS POLITICS)
BALKANS-AGRICULTURE/
RTXU34X
November 01, 2010
An employee monitors a machine milking cows at a BD Agro farm in Dobanovci near Belgrade October 28,...
DOBANOVCI, Serbia
To match analysis BALKANS-AGRICULTURE/
An employee monitors a machine milking cows at a BD Agro farm in Dobanovci near Belgrade October 28, 2010. Foreign investors are showing renewed interest in agriculture in the emerging Balkans, where land and labour are relatively cheap and crops plentiful, although strewn with many potential pitfalls. Picture taken October 28, 2010. To match analysis BALKANS-AGRICULTURE/ REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS BUSINESS POLITICS)
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