Definition of 'foot-and-mouth'
Example sentences containing 'foot-and-mouth'
That's why foot-and-mouth 's so feared -- if a whole flock's slaughtered you lose not just the flock but the knowledge of the leer.MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY (2003)
`Farming's practically dried up after BSE and then foot-and-mouth.LOST SUMMER (2003)
`Not that we have much to do these days. We lost our herd in a foot-and-mouth outbreak two years ago.LOST SUMMER (2003)
Definition of foot-and-mouth from the Collins English Dictionary
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