October 2008
Farmers Weekly;10/24/2008, p65
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Badger Trust Cymru has called for minimum disease prevention standards to be made a legal requirement in livestock production after a Welsh Assembly report branded biosecurity on some farms as appalling. The assembly report focuses on south west Wales and Steve Clark, of the Badger Trust Cymru, says why should taxpayers be expected to pay farmers to take common sense measures to control the spread of bovine TB among cattle.


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