About bovine TB
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Biosecurity is about preventing the introduction of diseases, such as bovine TB, into a herd.
This guidance aims to help farmers find ways to reduce the risks of direct and indirect contact between badgers and cattle.
Key recommendations to reduce the risk of introducing bovine TB and focuses on risk factors that cattle keepers can reasonably influence.
Guidance on the survival of the infective TB agent in the natural environment.
Infected cattle can be a source of infection for bovine TB, meaning the disease can be passed on between cattle. This guidance aims to reduce the risk of bovine TB transmission to your livestock.
This guidance aims to
reduce the risk of bovine
TB transmission to your
livestock by preventing
or minimising wildlife access.
Read some examples of farmers who have implemented biosecurity measures on farm.
These video guides look at how to minimise the risk of bovine TB in your herd by reducing the amount of direct and indirect contact between your livestock and badgers.
This document outlines the science behind the recommendations and guidance contained within ‘Protect your herd from TB’.