Post TB sale isolation unit: application

How to apply for approval to operate as a post TB sale isolation unit for unsold TB restricted cattle.

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Post TB sale isolation unit: to allow unsold TB restricted cattle to return home after a dedicated sale

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Post TB sale isolation units allow for any unsold TB restricted cattle to return to their premises of origin after a dedicated sale for TB restricted cattle.

The document includes the guidance and application form. It explains the purpose of the post TB sale isolation units, and the approval and inspection process. It also lists the conditions of the unit to ensure it operates as a self-contained cattle unit which is isolated from other cattle on the premises.

Farm owners wanting to apply must complete the application form and supply a sketch map of the premises. The approval is also subject to a satisfactory risk assessment

Published 1 December 2012
Last updated 1 October 2014 + show all updates
  1. AHVLA documents have been re-assigned to the new Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA).

  2. First published.