Displaying items by tag: MYCOPLASMA BOVIS
Farmers whose herds were culled in response to the outbreak of Mycoplasma bovis will be able to minimise the tax treatment of their income in some circumstances.
South Island corporate farmer Aad van Leeuwen has a message for the Government: we won’t go away until justice prevails.
Northland farmers caught up in the Mycoplasma bovis saga can now access government assistance from a local office.
The sun is out again for Southland bull beef farmers Ben Walling and Sarah Flintoft, who started the year in the fear of being struck down with Mycoplasma bovis for a second time.
The Mycoplasma bovis eradication programme is closing in on another milestone as 2019 draws to an end.
The Ministry for Primary Industries believes the fight against Mycoplasma bovis is being won – albeit slowly.
A Christchurch lawyer is accusing MPI of running a poor Mycoplasma bovis compensation system negligently or on purpose.