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Monday, 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM
18 September 2023

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This was recorded on Monday 18th September 2023 – 12.30pm

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About the webinar

Bovine TB is still the most devastating disease impacting our UK cattle herds today. Not because of the direct animal health and welfare impacts, the majority of reactors are otherwise fit and heathy animals, but because of the massive impacts a breakdown has on the farm business and the knock-on effects on animal and farmer health and welfare.

No one likes to think of what would happen if the worst were to occur and the farm suffers a TB breakdown, but understanding your risks and how to reduce if not eliminate them and being prepared as a business, for example understanding what your options are for getting beef calves off farm, could take away some of the stress and anxiety around testing and help your business survive TB.

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About the speaker

Sarah Tomlinson is a farm vet with over 22 years’ experience in clinical practice, she is now a veterinary consultant for Kingshay which is part of the VetPartners family. She is also the Technical Director of the TB Advisory Service, a Defra funded project delivering bespoke TB biosecurity advice to livestock keepers across England, through private vets. She is a member of the Government stakeholder group the bTB Partnership and has been a BCVA board member for 4 years.