TB testing© Tim Scrivener
Data compiled by vets in the pilot badger cull areas has suggested a dramatic reduction in cases of bovine TB since culling began. The information comes from two veterinary practices, involving more than 4,000 cattle, from an approximate total of 15,000 cattle in the Gloucestershire cull zone. The results of whole-herd TB tests in early/mid 2013, were compared with data from the same herds tested 18 months later in late 2014/early 2015. See also: Labour using badger cull as ‘political […]
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