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The farming industry's investment in TB eradication is proving to be effective as OSPRI lifts stock movement restrictions and reduces testing requirements in many areas.
A recent dog poisoning following an aerial pest control operation in the Taupo region highlights the importance of complying with warning signs and taking steps to protect pets, says OSPRI.
Changes proposed to the TB Plan by a review group are said to have gained the support of most submitters.
The number of bovine tuberculosis (TB) infected herds has dropped below 40 for the first time in the history of New Zealand’s TBfree programme.
Waikato Regional Council says it is concerned proposed changes to the national plan for managing tuberculosis (Tb) in cows may be somewhat hypocritical when it comes to the Waikato.
July is the start of the next phase for OSPRI’s NAIT programme with the three-year exemption period for pre-NAIT cattle now over.
The future of TB control in New Zealand is in the hands of farmers and other key stakeholders, with the TB Plan proposal now open for consultation.
The stigma of bovine TB remains huge in rural communities despite a decline in the number of infected herds, says Stu Hutchings, group director of OSPRI.
Don't put your livelihood at risk when moving or selling stock over the Gypsy Day period, says Ospri New Zealand.