What bovine TB situation means for people with livestock

What bovine TB situation means for people with livestock

Tom Bechman

Prairie Farmer

Showing cattle before 1984 meant paying for a vet to pull samples and test for bovine tuberculosis when moving animals to certain areas. Since Indiana was declared TB-free in 1984, that hasn’t been necessary, for the most part. With the recent incidence of TB in southeast Indiana, testing could become a cost of doing business again.

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