HC Deb 31 January 1918 vol 101 cc1767-8W
Colonel FABER

asked the Under-Secretary of State for War whether cases of horses-with parasitic mange are constantly taken by train from the eastern counties; and whether, seeing that there is now sufficient stabling accommodation near the East Coast, such horses will be sent by road to depots prepared for them?


Horses are moved by train from the East Coast to the nearest veterinary hospitals. I am afraid my hon. and gallant Friend's suggestion is not practicable.