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 Is specificity of the skin test over-estimated?
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PDF icon Freedom of Information Response. APHA. ATIC1096. 9 June 2017
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PDF icon First Tier Tribunal (Information Rights). GRC & GRP Tribunals. Government Legal Department. Appeal EA.2017.0030. 9 May 2017.
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PDF icon First Tier Tribunal (Information Rights). GRC & GRP Tribunals. Government Legal Department. Appeal EA.2017.0030. 29 March 2017.
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PDF icon INTERNAL REVIEW RESPONSE. APHA. ATIC00861. 28 June 2016.
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PDF icon Freedom of Information Response. APHA. ATIC00861. 2 June 2016.
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PDF icon Specificity of the comparative skin test for bovine tuberculosis in Great Britain. A. V. Goodchild et al. British Veterinary Association. Veterinary Record Volume 177, Issue 10. Accepted July 27, 2015.
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 A critique of the Randomised Badger Culling Trial (RBCT)
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 Bovine TB map of Great Britain
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 Bovine TB in the UK, England, Ireland, Wales and New Zealand
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 Prevalence and transmission of bovine TB between cattle and badgers
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 Bovine TB in GB. Latest SAM data, maps and older VETNET data.
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 Prevalence of bovine TB in Wales, England, Scotland and Ireland
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 Welsh IAA bovine TB data up to 30th April 2012
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 Accuracy of the TB test for cattle
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 TB restricted herds in Wales by county
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 TB restricted herds in Scotland by county
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 TB restricted herds in the Irish Republic by county
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 TB restricted herds in England by county
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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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