What farmers can and cannot do when trading cattle under Wales' new TB zone regime
Wales’ new zonal TB regime gets underway on Sunday with some farmers still trying to work out what it all means.
From October 1, two Intermediate, two High and one Low TB areas will be established, with tailored measures applied to each zone.
Concerns remain over the impact on trade between zones and on the need for additional cattle testing in High and Intermediate areas.
Livestock markets are also still weighing up the ramifications, though most are cautiously optimistic the impact on trade will be minimal.
Several have begun installing new equipment and software that will make buyers... read more
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