GUERNSEY has had startlingly high BSE infection rates since the onset of the epidemic, a new statistical report from the International Office of Epizootics has claimed; it shows that the Channel Isles jurisdiction has had often 10 times more cases per head of cattle aged more than two years than in mainland UK.

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