Pigeonbasics Forum: BLUE TONGUE - Pigeonbasics Forum

Jump to content

  • (2 Pages)
  • +
  • 1
  • 2
  • You cannot start a new topic
  • You cannot reply to this topic

BLUE TONGUE Rate Topic: -----

#21 Guest_*

  • Group: Guests

Posted 26 September 2007 - 22:59 PM

harky said:

bruno how is broon tongue an offensive remark  tell me


Perhaps it will be easier to let you explain? : why it is not, why you brought it into this thread in the first place and why the person you named as one felt the need to reply to that in the way that he did? [that post was also deleted]

#22 User is offline   harky 

  • Veteran of the Loft!
  • PipPipPipPipPipPip
  • Group: Gold Member
  • Posts: 3,094
  • Joined: 10-February 07
  • LocationL/SHIRE SCOTLAND
  • Club:motherwell hs

Posted 27 September 2007 - 07:23 AM

Quote

Perhaps it will be easier to let you explain? : why it is not, why you brought it into this thread in the first place and why the person you named as one felt the need to reply to that in the way that he did? [that post was also deleted]


your the mod bruno and am not doin your job for you so please explain
You only REAP what you Sow.

#23 Guest_*

  • Group: Guests

Posted 27 September 2007 - 10:21 AM

harky said:

your the mod bruno and am not doin your job for you so please explain



Read the Code of Conduct. You'll see from that that amongst the other things that you broke, that moderators don't require to explain any of their decisions. Atho some will thro common courtesy, it's not their job.

You're the one who seems to think what you posted was OK although it was totally irrelevant to the thread and meant as a jibe at another member, no doubt as yet another attempt to banterise the thread, which I stopped.

You might have thought your remark funny and I know as you well know it is both an offensive and derogatory term, and maybe it is a part of your daily language, but it isn't the type of language used on this forum, and its the Code of Conduct that decides appropriate language, not you.

#24 User is offline   andrew 

  • Veteran of the Loft!
  • PipPipPipPipPipPip
  • Group: Members
  • Posts: 820
  • Joined: 8-October 05

Posted 27 September 2007 - 17:44 PM

Defra has also today received positive test results for Bluetongue for a fifth animal on a fourth premises near Burstall, Suffolk. This animal will be culled.

#25 User is offline   andrew 

  • Veteran of the Loft!
  • PipPipPipPipPipPip
  • Group: Members
  • Posts: 820
  • Joined: 8-October 05

Posted 28 September 2007 - 16:17 PM

Defra has today confirmed that Bluetongue disease is circulating in East Anglia. This follows further epidemiological investigations including surveillance into the five cases identified so far in Suffolk, which has led to the conclusion  that the virus is circulating between the local animal and midge population.

In line with the UK Bluetongue Control Strategy and European law, a 20km Control Zone is being put in place around the area in East Anglia where cases have been identified to date. Ruminant animals will be able to move within the Bluetongue Control Zone, but not out of it, except to slaughter in the Bluetongue Protection Zone.

In addition, a 150km Bluetongue Protection Zone covering parts of the counties from Lincolnshire to Sussex will be put in place. Ruminant animals will be able to move within the Bluetongue Protection Zone but not out of it.
These Bluetongue zones will replace the Bluetongue Temporary Control Area set up on 25 September.

Foot and Mouth Disease controls remain firmly in place on all Foot and Mouth Disease susceptible animals, including pigs, in the Foot and Mouth Disease Low Risk and Risk Areas.

In some areas, movements of susceptible animals will be subject to both Bluetongue controls and Foot and Mouth Disease controls. Farmers must check that all licence conditions are complied with before making arrangements to move animals.

  • (2 Pages)
  • +
  • 1
  • 2
  • You cannot start a new topic
  • You cannot reply to this topic


  • Advert: Racing Pigeon Supplies
  • Advert: B.Leefe & Sons
  • Advert: Saltire Couriers
  • Advert: Crafty Fifer: bespoke loft equipment
  • Advert: Solway Feeders