Posts Tagged: bovine TB

TB Advisory Service expansion a large stride towards TB control

A significant step forward has been made to reduce the spread of TB with the expansion of the TB Advisory Service offering farmers free bespoke advice on practical, cost-effective measures to reduce the risks associated with TB. From autumn, the TB Advisory Service (TBAS), will be available to any farm in England which keeps livestock… Read more »

Tackling TB in the LRA | York

Bovine TB is the most serious infectious disease affecting farms in England. In 2018, over 6700 herds were unable to trade due to bTB. This meant no movements off or on, unless licenced for specific reasons by APHA. A TB reactor found on your herd means you are no longer in charge of your own… Read more »

Tackling TB in the LRA | Sevenoaks

Bovine TB is the most serious infectious disease affecting farms in England. In 2018, over 6700 herds were unable to trade due to bTB. This meant no movements off or on, unless licenced for specific reasons by APHA. A TB reactor found on your herd means you are no longer in charge of your own… Read more »