'TB rule revision creates real risk of bankruptcy'

Allison, Richard; Buss, Jessica
September 2002
Farmers Weekly;9/27/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 13, p48
Trade Publication
Reports on the implication of the rule changes by the British Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFTRA) for restocking herds under tuberculosis (TB) restrictions on British producers. Details on the rules; Problem with controlling infection in badger population; Amount being spent by DEFRA on its TB research program.


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