Badger in cage being vaccinated by two people.© REX/FLPA / John Hawkins
Defra’s plans to tackle bovine TB, which includes badger culling in areas where the disease is rife, will be backed by £12m of EU money. The European Commission has pledged the funding to Defra to support its goal of making the country free of the disease by 2038. Approval of England’s plans follows an audit by the European Commission’s Food and Veterinary Office in September. See also: Bovine TB – How Ireland compares with the UK Defra’s plans to tackle […]
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