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Bovine Tuberculosis Statistics: Great Britain

Published Monday, October 16, 2017

In 2016 there were 4,505 new herd incidents of bovine tuberculosis (TB) in Great Britain, and 39,364 animals were slaughtered due to bovine TB. This briefing paper presents statistics on the incidence of bovine TB in Great Britain.

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in 2016, there were 4,505 new herd incidents of bovine tuberculosis (TB) in Great Britain, and 39,364 animals were slaughtered due to bovine TB. This briefing paper presents statistics on the incidence of bovine TB in Great Britain. It gives data on the number of incidents of bovine TB among herds and animals in the administrative regions and nations for animal health in Great Britain, which are the Midlands, the North, South East and South West of England, plus Scotland and Wales. It lists the counties with the highest number of incidents of bovine TB in 2016 and presents trends in TB in non-bovine animals.

Bovine TB: new herd incidents

Commons Briefing papers SN06081

Author: Elise Uberoi

Topics: Agriculture, Agriculture and environment, Animal diseases, Animals, Countryside, Farmers, Wildlife

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