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This reports on the vaccination programme that was carried out between May and November 2013 as part of the five year vaccination project in the Intensive Action Area (IAA) in West Wales which is part of the Welsh Government's wider programme of work to eradicate tuberculosis (TB) from cattle in...

Publisher
Welsh Government, UK
Citation
Bovine TB eradication programme IAA badger vaccination programme. Year 2 report, 2014, pp 12 pp.
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This report for the year 1981 states that, during the year, 653 cattle in 240 herds in SW England reacted to the tuberculin test, compared with 635 reactors in 247 herds in 1980. In both years the proportion of reactor cattle with tuberculous lesions was 47%. The current state of research projects...

Publisher
H.M. Stationery Office, London, UK
Citation
Bovine tuberculosis in badgers. Sixth report., 1982, pp 14pp.
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This report makes good reading and would interest all who love wildlife. The rather staccato style of writing does not, at first, commend itself to the reader but it is probably ideal for this type of report. If the anti-badger-killing lobby were to read it, many would begin to doubt the validity...

Publisher
HM Stationery Office., London, UK
Citation
Bovine tuberculosis in badgers. Fifth report., 1981, pp 26pp.
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Publisher
MAFF Animal Health Division, Government Buildings., Chessington, Surrey, UK
Citation
Bovine tuberculosis in cattle and badgers [memorandum]., 1978, pp 3pp.
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This is a report on investigations during the year 1976-77 into the possible transmission of tuberculosis from badgers to cattle. Most of the evidence supported the hypothesis that badgers act as a reservoir for Mycobacterium bovis. Intensive investigation of a herd in Dorset revealed an inverse...

Publisher
MAFF Animal Health Division., Chessington, Surrey, UK
Citation
Bovine tuberculosis in badgers. Second report., 1977, pp 19pp.
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The report describes the first year's activities of the Consultative Panel, which comprises representatives of farmers, veterinarians, naturalist societies and the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. The disease was well under control by 1960, except in certain foci in the Southwest, where ...

Publisher
London., UK
Citation
Bovine tuberculosis in badgers., 1976, pp 20pp.