‘Brain tumors’ are a ‘very real threat’ for sheep

Sheep brain tumors are “very real threats” to sheep, the head of a veterinary hospital in England said Friday.

The University of Leicester has been conducting research on the disease since the 1970s.

“It is a very real threat,” Dr. Stephen Jones told reporters.

Jones added that it was “a pity that this has taken so long to get to the stage where we can treat sheep, but the more we can be able do, the better off we are.” “

The more we have, the more likely we are to be able to prevent them.”

Jones added that it was “a pity that this has taken so long to get to the stage where we can treat sheep, but the more we can be able do, the better off we are.”

Sheep are one of the largest animals in the world and the world’s biggest consumer of meat.

Sheep are not usually infected by other species of animals, but if they become infected by another species, the disease can spread.

It can cause brain tumors, as well as aneuries, which cause blood clots and can cause death.

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