Scotland: bovine tuberculosis – stricter requirements for supply of cattle

Scotland will set stricter requirements for the supply of cattle to prevent the spread of bovine tuberculosis. Scotland is officially free of bovine TB but cases are still occurring. Cattle from areas with more contamination must be tested for b-TB before transport and must be quarantined. Farms that do not comply with this will receive lower compensation in the event of an infection.

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