More sheep with found infected with bluetongue disease in Peloponnese

The flocks of two livestock farmers in the Peloponnesian region of Arcadia were confirmed on Tuesday as having been infected by catarrhal fever, a viral disease that affects many ruminants and is also known as bluetongue (BTV).

The state's veterinary agency said that the two new cases come on top of a confirmed outbreak in Laconia, also in the Peloponnese... , Tuesday June 10, 2014 (14:37)