A case of BSE, commonly known as mad cow disease, has been detected on a farm in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, officials have revealed.
A statement issued by Scottish authorities said “precautionary movement restrictions” had been put in place at the farm.
Experts stressed it was a case of classical BSE, so posed no harm to human health.
Investigations are underway to determine the origin of the disease, which has not been seen in Scotland in 10 years.
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