June 2008
Farmers Weekly;6/27/2008, p59
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The article reports that Nicky Paull, president-elect of the British Veterinary Association (BVA), commended Welsh Assembly minister Elin Jones for her courage in using the word "eradicate" when talking about tackling bovine tuberculosis (TB). Paull claimed that bovine tuberculosis in Great Britain is clearly out of control. She added that BVA would continue to lobby for the holistic eradication of TB from cattle and wildlife populations.


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