Evans, Malcolm 1945-:German farmers have foot in mouth disease - the scrapie lie! New Zealand Herald, 13 March 2001.
Reference Number: DX-002-002
A german farmer has his right foot, labelled 'the scrapie lie' in his mouth. He is dressed in Bavarian-style ledenhosen. The German agriculture authorities, coping with foot and mouth disease among their own stock, had alleged in widely distributed publicity material in Germany that New Zealand sheep had the scrapie disease. They were made to retract and apologise.
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Evans, Malcolm 1945-:German farmers have foot in mouth disease - the scrapie lie! New Zealand Herald, 13 March 2001., Reference Number DX-002-002 (1 digitised items)
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