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Laois Mink Farm Unlikely To Be Affected By Outbreak Of Mutated Covid Virus

Danish stocks are being wiped out after contracting the mutated strain.

It's not belived an outbreak of a mutated coronavirus strain among mink in Denmark will affect Irish farms.

Danish mink farms - which are the world's largest supplier of the fur - have been ordered to cull their stocks - over concerns the mutated strain could be passed onto humans.

But Caitríona Morrissey from the Irish Farmer's Journal doesn't believe it'll have much bearing on Ireland's three mink farms - including Vasa in Laois:

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