Sharing the location of TB infected farms30/01/2015
NFU Cymru has responded to the Welsh Government consultation on sharing the location of TB infected farms.
NFU Cymru welcomes TB Testing News27/01/2015
NFU Cymru has welcomed today's news that the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) has issued contracts to two Welsh based suppliers to deliver, on its behalf, TB testing and other Official Veterinarian work to livestock keepers across Wales.
Cross compliance and overdue TB Testing - 201516/12/2014
From 1 January 2015 the existing 'zero tolerance' cross-compliance rules will be applied to all herds and all types of TB tests that are notified via a test notification letter from APHA formally AHVLA.
Views sought on TB breakdown info publication08/12/2014
The Deputy Minister for Farming and Food, Rebecca Evans, has launched a consultation on proposals to allow the location of cattle herds affected with TB to be made public.
Changes to TB Testing as of January 201525/11/2014
CAP Scheme Payments could be penalised as a result of changes to TB testing requirements in January 2015
Fight against TB_Badger found dead survey launched05/11/2014
As part of the Welsh Government's drive to tackle the problem of bovine tuberculosis (TB), members of the public are being asked to report sightings of dead badgers to help with an extensive survey.
Impending changes to Bovine TB rules15/09/2014
Farmers were reminded of impending changes to rules on Bovine TB pre-movement testing of cattle moving to and from premises within Sole Occupancy Authorities (SOAs) which will come into effect after 30 September 2014
Reminder of impending changes to Bovine TB rules19/08/2014
NFU Cymru is using Pembrokeshire County Show to remind farmers of impending changes to rules on Bovine TB pre-movement testing of cattle moving to and from premises within Sole Occupancy Authorities (SOAs)
Devastating effect of TB explained to Monmouth AM15/05/2014
The devastating effect that a TB outbreak has on a farming business, alongside the WG's proposals to move to a system of tabular valuations for TB reactors in Wales, were the main subjects of discussion when Monmouth members met with their local
TB breakdowns have devastating effect on farmers25/04/2014
The devastating effect a TB breakdown can have on a farming business was the main topic of discussion when a delegation of Brecon and Radnor NFU Cymru members met with their local Assembly Member, Kirsty Williams and local MP, Roger Williams recently
Cross compliance and overdue TB testing04/02/2014
The Minister for Natural Resources and Food Alun Davies announced new cross compliance penalties in relation to overdue TB tests that would be introduced from 1 January 2014
Monmouthshire - TB Hotspot29/08/2013
"We must spare a thought for those who do not have the opportunity to be at Monmouthshire Show today - those cattle farmers unable to get the opportunity to be involved in the cattle sections because they have an on-going TB problem in their her
No Tabular Valuations Thanks to NFU Cymru Lobbying21/10/2014
NFU Cymru has today welcomed the announcement by the Deputy Minister for Farming and Food, Rebecca Evans, that the Welsh Government will not be introducing tabular valuations for compensating farmers who have lost animals to bovine TB.