Badger TB link claim

June 2002
Farmers Weekly;6/28/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 26, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the results of a study which demonstrated the possibility that bovine tuberculosis can be passed on by badgers to cattle in Great Britain. Claims of National Farmers Union; Reaction of farmer Tim Brooke; Arguments raised by the National Federation of Badger Groups.


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