TB testing©Tim Scrivener
New post-movement cattle testing rules designed to curb the spread of cattle-to-cattle TB in “low risk” areas have come into force. From Wednesday 6 April, farmers will be required to test any cattle moved from a high risk or edge area into the low-risk area between 60 and 120 days of arrival. No onward movement will be permitted until the test has been carried out with negative results. See also: TB rules threaten viability of beef finishing, auctioneers warn There […]
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