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Seven dairy cows die of lead poisoning on north Cork farm

Probe into animal deaths on milk supplier holding

17th February, 2016
Seven animals have died. Pic: RollingNews.ie

At least seven cows on a dairy farm in north Cork are believed to have died of suspected lead poisoning.

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland examined the milk from the affected herd in north Cork.

They have declared that there is no risk to consumers and and have disposed of the batch as a precautionary measure, according to a report in the Irish Independent.

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