A cow in a crush is tested for TB© Tim Scrivener
Wales has set itself an “ambitious’’ target to be officially free of bovine TB no later than 2041. Unlike England, Ireland and New Zealand, the Welsh government had no timetable for national TB eradication, but earlier this year the assembly’s climate change, environment and rural affairs committee said one should be set. See also: Is the badger cull in England working? The government has now responded and on 12 December announced eradication targets for each of the three TB regions – […]
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