Keeping farmed animals – guidance

TB isolation units for cattle: conditions of approval and operation

How to apply for approval to operate a TB isolation unit for cattle in England and Wales, and the conditions to follow.

Documents

Guidance notes on the conditions of approval and operation of a TB isolation unit in England

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Guidance notes on the conditions of approval and operation of a TB isolation unit in Wales

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Canllawiau ar Amodau Cymeradwyo a Gweithredu Uned Ynysu TB yng Nghymru

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Detail

Cattle keepers with bovine TB infected herds can use TB isolation units to separate cattle from other herds so these animals can be tested, regain TB free status and be sold.

The notes explain the conditions for operating a TB isolation unit in England and in Wales, how to apply and the inspection process.

The application form (TB136) must be completed to apply for approval of a TB isolation unit.