Mary Davies with slaughtered cows, WhitlandMary Davies. Slaughtered cows can be seen in the background
A single gunshot rings out across the farmyard at Henllan Farm near Whitland, followed by a second, then a third. Eleven in total – a bullet for each of the in-calf, high-value Holsteins that are the latest casualties in a TB nightmare that began 15 years ago for the Davies family. Since that first breakdown, in 2002, TB has claimed 1,750 pedigree animals on their 243ha dairy farm in Carmarthenshire – 250 in 2017 alone. See also: How a beef […]
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