About bovine TB
The service, available to farmers in the High Risk and Edge areas of England, will provide bespoke advice on biosecurity, cattle movements and trading.
Defra is requesting views on proposals to simplify surveillance testing the High Risk Area of England and other disease control measures.
Defra and Land Based Learning (LBL) have developed online training materials based on the principles of the joint Defra/industry 5 Point Plan.
Information on what the government is doing to control the risk of bovine TB from badgers.
Find out more about bTB biosecurity training events targeted at cattle keepers and vets.
APHA guidance on what happens if TB is identified in your herd.
TB Advantage is a new genetic index published by AHDB Dairy, to help dairy farmers make informed decisions to breed cows which have an improved resistance to bovine TB.
This guidance aims to help farmers find ways to reduce the risks of direct and indirect contact between badgers and cattle.
Click here for the latest information on local bovine TB outbreaks in England and Wales.
The TB hub is the ‘go-to’ place for British beef and dairy farmers to find practical advice on dealing with bovine TB on their farm, covering everything from biosecurity measures to understanding trading rules.
The hub is a joint industry initiative, supported by the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB), the Animal & Plant Health Agency (APHA), the British Cattle Veterinary Association (BCVA), the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), Landex and the National Farmers Union (NFU).