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Getting rid of all cattle with TB comes with downsides
The current TB program—evaluating risk on farms, monitoring the movement of animals in and out of the zone, testing herds, buying cattle that react on a test to slaughter and find out if they are infected—is costly. Yet even with that expense, there are still one to four new infected herds identified every year in Michigan alone.
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