Cattle grazing with views beyond to Waterstein Head and Moonen Bay, Isle of Skye© Allan Wright / Scottish Viewpoint/REX/Shutterstock
A cattle farmer on the Isle of Skye is devastated after an outbreak of bovine TB was confirmed in his herd. A Scottish government spokesperson said: “The source of infection is under investigation.” Scotland has been officially “TB free” since 2008, but some cases are still confirmed in the country. See also: First cases of bovine TB confirmed in Cumbrian badgers  To preserve this status, less than one-tenth of 1% of herds must have had the disease over the past […]
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