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Bi-national Agreement Confirms Three Areas As Low TB Risk

02 July 2013

MEXICO – Three regions of Mexico have been highlighted as having low prevalence for bovine Tuberculosis following a bilateral decision between Mexican and US animal health organisations.

Durango, Tamaulipas and thirdly, Nuevo Leon have all been recognised as low risk TB areas because of the vigilance of local authorities and ranchers.

The USDA has confirmed the status of Tamaulipas, although a report of monitoring activities must be submitted at the end of August. Further testing results of the region are required by December 2014.

TheCattleSite News Desk


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