Scientists are optimistic, but not complacent, that the  prevalence of Mycoplasma bovis is now very low on New Zealand farms. Elaine Fisher reports. Pre-border protocols, including PCR testing and treating semen with antibiotics, aim to help minimise the risk of Mycoplasma bovis re-entering New Zealand, Ministry for Primary Industries’ Chief Science Adviser Dr John Roche says “Now...
Things are changing for the better at Tunapahore B2A Incorporation (TB2A), at Torere on the East...
By Stuart Davison By the time you read this article, the NZX (New Zealand Exchange)...
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