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PDF icon Wildlife management and zoonotic infections. A one day symposium held at The Royal Society of Medicine, London on 17 November 2010.
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Compensation paid to farmers for Bovine TB

The average compensation received by farmers in England in 2008 for a slaughtered animal was £1002 wheras in Wales it was £1329

This information was supplied by DEFRA and the Welsh Assembly Government respectively as shown below.

EnglandRequest (Sent 10May09)Reply (Received 08Jun09)Received data
WalesRequest (Sent 03May09)Reply (Received 29May09)Received data

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