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This guidance is for cattle keepers in areas of England and Wales where there is a high incidence of bovine TB.
This document lists some examples of good biosecurity practice for cattle keepers which can help to reduce the risk of TB and other infectious diseases from entering herds from other cattle or infected wildlife.
It includes information on:
improving the efficiency and effectiveness of TB testing
cleansing and disinfection
maintaining boundaries and gateways
herd health planning
bringing animals into the herd
the risks from bought-in stock
reducing the risk of infection from wildlife
A Welsh translation of the guidance is also available.