Texas to randomly select herds for TB testing
Texas livestock health officials will randomly select nearly 2,000 of
the state’s purebred or seed stock beef herds for cattle tuberculosis
(TB) testing this summer, to fulfill disease surveillance obligations
of the Texas Cattle TB plan.
The blueprint for regaining Texas’ TB-free status was developed
in 2002 by cattle industry representatives, with a recommendation for
the Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) to imp...
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