HC Deb 03 January 1913 vol 46 c682W

asked the President of the Board of Agriculture if the disease called in Ireland dirty tongue, from which a number of cattle in county Armagh are stated by the local veterinary surgeons to have been suffering, is one known to the veterinary experts at the Board of Agriculture or recognisable by them from the description given of the. Symptoms?


I am advised that the disease popularly known in Ireland as dirty tongue, is probably the same as the stomatitis, which has been found by the Board's veterinary inspectors among Irish cattle when landed in this country.