Tackling TB – A collaborative approach to disease control
3rd June 2019
Come along to the inaugural TBAS conference to learn more about what can be done to reduce the risk and impact of TB on your farm.
TB is a devastating disease for the UK cattle industry, affecting livelihoods, animal health and welfare, herd genetics and farmer wellbeing. The ‘Bovine TB Strategy Review’, led by Prof. Sir Charles Godfray, highlighted the need for industry stakeholders to take greater ownership of disease control. Come along to the inaugural TBAS conference to learn more about what can be done to reduce the risk and impact of TB on your farm.
Wednesday 26th June 2019 at 9am
Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, GL7 6JS.
9.00 Registration and trade stands
10.00 Opening address Prof. Sir Charles Godfray, University of Oxford
10.20 TB in England – Where are we going? Prof. James Wood, University of Cambridge
10.50 Disease control in practice – What can we do? James Russell, British Cattle Veterinary Assoc.
11.30 Coffee break and trade stands
12.00 The role of wildlife in TB transmission Andy Robertson, University of Exeter
12.30 Building resilience into your business Sarah Tomlinson, Technical Director, TBAS
1.00 Lunch, trade stands and workshops
2.30 TB – a farmer’s perspective Mark Jelley, Beef Farmer, Northants
3.00 Panel discussion
3.30 Closing remarks Prof. Sir Charles Godfray, University of Oxford
3.45 Tea and trade stands
4.30 Event closes
Tickets are priced at £100 + VAT. However, farmers can attend for the discounted price of just £25 + VAT.
To book your place, please visit http://bit.ly/TBAS2019