24 thoughts on “Cattle transport, not badgers, really causes bovine tuberculosis

  1. It is unclear to me why bovine tuberculosis and badgers are only in UK a problem. We have so many badgers here but bTB. I could film a badger family recently as well. May be I will post it soon.


  2. Reblogged this on Science on the Land and commented:
    argylesock says… The badger cull was put on hold over the winter. But now that spring has come at last, the guns will be out. And the cull is still a stupid idea. Those new to my blog might choose to follow my ‘badger’ tag for more about this.


    • Thank you for the reblog! outdoorpictures in the comments here makes an interesting remark, about plenty of badgers living in countries other than Britain, and noone there killing them for supposed cattle health reasons.


      • Yes, I’ve been thinking of that point too. As you know I put a lot of time into reading about bTB, last year. I was in no hurry to form an opinion but in due course, I concluded that the evidence points to cattle transport. Not to badgers.


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