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Reminder of impending changes to Bovine TB rules


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 AM


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 farmers


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

Watch and listen again: New Bovine TB statistics


NFU Cymru President, Stephen James talks about the recent bovine TB statistics

Cross compliance and overdue TB testing


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 Hotspot


"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

TB sees 9,307 cows culled in Wales in 2012


More than 9,000 cows have been compulsorily slaughtered because of TB in Wales in 2012. Startling new figures released by Defra today show over a 15% increase in cattle slaughtered because of TB in Wales compared to 2011.

NFU Cymru slams bovine TB vaccination cost


"Nearly £1 million spent on a flawed policy based on political expediency rather than scientific fact," is how Stephen James described today's announcement by Welsh Government on the Bovine TB programme.

NFU Cymru responds to TB Valuation consultation


Valuing cattle on the basis of their individual merits is the only way to achieve fairness for both cattle keepers and the taxpayer

Pembrokeshire farmers raise bTB concerns with AMs


The impacts of bovine TB cattle controls on farm businesses in Pembrokeshire was at the forefront of discussions when Pembrokeshire NFU Cymru officeholders met recently with Paul Davies, Assembly Member for Preseli Pembrokeshire

Brecon and Radnor farmers express their anger


Brecon and Radnor farmers have expressed their anger at Welsh Government proposals to change the way in which farmers are compensated for cattle slaughtered as a result of testing positive for bovine TB

Minister's proposal a 'step too far'


Clwyd farmers have expressed their despair and anger at a Welsh Government decision to change the way in which farmers are compensated for cattle slaughtered as a result of testing positive for bovine TB

bTB policy changes will impact on farm resilience


Concerns about a number of planned changes by the Welsh Government to bovine TB policies were expressed at a recent meeting of Pembrokeshire NFU Cymru members.

Farmers Despair at Government TB Proposals


Montgomeryshire farmers have expressed their disappointment and despair at a Welsh Government decision to look at introducing a system of tabular valuations

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