HC Deb 12 March 1925 vol 181 cc1554-5W

asked the Minister of Agriculture whether, in regard to foot-and-mouth disease in Sussex, either of the Government's inspectors after the first outbreak paid a visit to the first two farms where outbreaks occurred; whether other farms have since been visited by an inspector; and whether the Ministry will give particulars of each valuation made, stating whether compensation is to be paid at pedigree or commercial prices?

Cattle. Sheep. Pigs. Compensation.
£ s.
Ovingdean 10 291 12
Ovingdean 29 120 15
Rottingdean 71 55 73 2,723 15
Ilford, Lewis 74 8,395 0

Pedigree value is only paid in respect of high-class pedigree stock. In other cases the commercial value of the animals is paid as compensation.

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