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BRITAIN
RTRVTB
January 28, 2002
Britain's Prince Charles braves the blustery weather on the Brecon
Beacons, Wales, January 28, 2002....
Brecon, UK
PRINCE CHARLES BRAVES THE BLUSTERY WEATHER IN WALES.
Britain's Prince Charles braves the blustery weather on the Brecon
Beacons, Wales, January 28, 2002. The prince was visiting the Cantref
Riding Centre, one of the businesses hit hard by the foot-and-mouth
crisis as more than 30,000 sheep from the Brecon Beacons were
slaughtered during the crisis and more than 50% of trekking routes used
by the centre remained closed. REUTERS/Barry Batchelor

MC/GB
BRITAIN
RTXKOUM
August 01, 2001
A sign at the entrance to a farm warns of a fresh outbreak of foot and mouth disease in the Brecon Beacons,...
Brecon, UK
A sign at the entrance to a farm warns of a fresh outbreak of foot and mouth disease in the Brecon B.....
A sign at the entrance to a farm warns of a fresh outbreak of foot and mouth disease in the Brecon Beacons, mid-Wales August 1, 2001. A second cull of 1,500 sheep has begun on the Brecon Beacons raising fears that thousands of other free ranging sheep on the open hillsides were at risk after tests showed they were contaminated with foot and mouth antibodies.
BRITAIN
RTXKOUL
August 01, 2001
An official from the Department for Rural Affairs sprays disinfectant over a straw matt at the entrance...
Brecon, UK
An official from the Department for Rural Affairs sprays disinfectant over a straw matt at the entra.....
An official from the Department for Rural Affairs sprays disinfectant over a straw matt at the entrance to a farm in the Brecon Beacons, mid-Wales August 1, 2001. A second cull of 1,500 sheep has begun on the Brecon Beacons raising fears that thousands of other free ranging sheep on the open hillsides were at risk after tests showed they were contaminated with foot and mouth antibodies.
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRLA1N
August 01, 2001
A sign at the entrance to a farm warns of a fresh outbreak of foot and
mouth disease in the Brecon Beacons,...
Brecon, UK
A SIGN AT THE ENTRANCE TO A FARM WARNS OF AN OUTBREAK OF FOOT AND MOUTH
DISEASE IN WALES.
A sign at the entrance to a farm warns of a fresh outbreak of foot and
mouth disease in the Brecon Beacons, mid-Wales August 1, 2001. A second
cull of 1,500 sheep has begun on the Brecon Beacons raising fears that
thousands of other free ranging sheep on the open hillsides were at
risk after tests showed they were contaminated with foot and mouth
antibodies.

FP/PS
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRLA0T
August 01, 2001
An official from the Department for Rural Affairs sprays disinfectant
over a straw matt at the entrance...
Brecon, UK
AN OFFICIAL FROM THE MINISTRY OF RURAL AFFAIRS SPRAYS DISINFECTANT OVER
STRAW MATTING IN WALES.
An official from the Department for Rural Affairs sprays disinfectant
over a straw matt at the entrance to a farm in the Brecon Beacons,
mid-Wales August 1, 2001. A second cull of 1,500 sheep has begun on the
Brecon Beacons raising fears that thousands of other free ranging sheep
on the open hillsides were at risk after tests showed they were
contaminated with foot and mouth antibodies.

FP/PS
SHEEP
RTXKOKT
July 31, 2001
A sheep grazes in a field near in the Brecon Beacons, Wales, July 31, 2001. Wales will cull more sheep...
Brecon, UK
A sheep grazes in a field near in the Brecon Beacons, Wales, July 31, 2001. Wales will cull more she.....
A sheep grazes in a field near in the Brecon Beacons, Wales, July 31, 2001. Wales will cull more sheep infected with foot-and-mouth disease, and thousands more animals will be tested in England on Tuesday in what farm officials say is a big blow to Britain's costly fight against the epidemic.
BRITAIN FOOD DISEASE
RTRL97N
July 31, 2001
A Department of Agriculture officer carries a sheep in a field in the
Brecon Beacons, Wales, July 31,...
Brecon, UK
A DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE OFFICER CARRIES A SHEEP NEAR BRECON IN
WALES.
A Department of Agriculture officer carries a sheep in a field in the
Brecon Beacons, Wales, July 31, 2001. Wales will cull more sheep
infected with foot-and-mouth disease, and thousands more animals will
be tested in England on Tuesday in what farm officials say is a big
blow to Britain's costly fight against the epidemic.

FP/AA
BRITAIN FOOD DISEASE
RTRL92V
July 31, 2001
A sheep grazes in a field near in the Brecon Beacons, Wales, July 31,
2001. Wales will cull more sheep...
Brecon, UK
A SHEEP GRAZES IN A FIELD IN BRECON BEACONS IN WALES.
A sheep grazes in a field near in the Brecon Beacons, Wales, July 31,
2001. Wales will cull more sheep infected with foot-and-mouth disease,
and thousands more animals will be tested in England on Tuesday in what
farm officials say is a big blow to Britain's costly fight against the
epidemic.

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