‘All protection steps taken’ after BSE diagnosis
All required steps have been taken to guard consumers, meals safety, and the farming and meals sectors after BSE used to be discovered in Aberdeenshire, Rural Affairs Minister Mairi Gougeon has said.
Movement restrictions at Boghead Farm in Lumsden had been delivered remaining week after so-called mad cow disorder was once found in one useless animal.
MSP Alexander Burnett requested what assurances may want to be provided.
Ms Gougeon instructed the Scottish Parliament a certain investigation was once under way.
The minister also said she deliberate to go to Thainstone Mart in Aberdeenshire on Friday to discuss any concerns.