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Contact with infected cattle in neighbouring herds is another potential source of infection. Infection from neighbouring herds can occur via direct contact (e.g. nose to nose) or indirect contact (e.g. via contaminated equipment or aerosol spread during manure or slurry spreading).
You can reduce the risk of infection from neighbouring herds in the following ways:
Click here for the Defra list of disinfectants approved for use in England, Scotland and Wales.