Policy & Lobbying

Consultation response: BVD control measures

Scottish Land & Estates has responded to a consultation on control measures as of the BVD eradication scheme. In our response we have supported proposals to make it illegal to knowingly sell persistently infected animals. We have also suggested that movement controls on ‘not negative’ herds should be introduced in February 2014 as a means to avoid a potentially complex regionalised approach being implemented.

Please click on the pdf below to read our response in full.

 

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