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Carlingford Lough oyster farmers want virus compensation

25 July 2013 Last updated at 18:53 BST

Oyster farmers whose stock has been hit by a virus in Carlingford Lough have said they feel abandoned by the Department of Agriculture.

A virus which causes oysters to die when sea water temperatures rise above 16 degrees Celsius has been detected in the lough.

Chris Page reports.

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