Public and butchers urged to be vigilant over theft of contaminated meat

Police and the farmers' union are asking the public and butchers to be vigilant after the theft of contaminated meat on the Leicestershire and Rutland border.
Five sheep have been stolen on two separate occasions from land near Cottingham, in Northamptonshire.
Police say five of the animals have turned up having been killed and skinned, making it claer they were killed for their meat.
The day before the sheep were stolen they were given Noromectin, a drug used to treat worms in sheep.
The safety advice is the sheep must not be slaughtered for human consumption until 42 days after the last... read more

29 September 2016 in Regional East, Views: 32

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