James Williams
A dairy farming family’s business plans are in limbo after a devastating outbreak of bovine TB wiped out most of the herd. Ninety Holstein-Friesian cows were removed from Woodlands Farm, near Hereford, and taken away for slaughter at the end of June. Positive results in a routine TB test on 27 May left dairy farmers A&J Williams with just 56 milking cows. “We are in limbo. We are losing money every day we trade,” said distraught farmer James Williams. See […]
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