Bovine tuberculosis outbreak: CFIA says checks to search out supply gained’t occur till fall
Canada’s meals protection watchdog says it gained’t start checks to search out the supply of a bovine tuberculosis outbreak till the autumn.
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The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says it needs to concentrate on how the illness controlled to get onto one Alberta farm and infect six farm animals.
The company says it is going to start tracing information of animals that have been shipped to the farm, however any checks shall be behind schedule till after the calving season.
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The CFIA says 51 farms in Alberta and 7 in Saskatchewan stay beneath quarantine pending the result of checks to peer if the illness has unfold from the inflamed farm.
Dr. Harpeet Kochhar, the company’s leader veterinarian, says thus far the proof suggests there’s a low chance of the illness spreading.
The company says about 10,000 farm animals were slaughtered and $11.2 million paid out in repayment to manufacturers.
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