© Tim Scrivener
Cattle farms in high-risk and edge areas in England will be able to access bespoke and up-to-date advice on bovine tuberculosis from trained specialists this autumn. Trained consultants from ADAS, Kingshay and Westpoint Farm Vets will offer advice on biosecurity and risk associated with cattle movements and trading from October. Overseen by a technical board of TB experts, the service will visit 2,400 businesses over a three-year period and is fully funded through the Rural Development Programme for England.  A […]
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