The TB Advisory Service is delighted to introduce its first ever TBAS Awards for 2021!

TBAS is championing the hard work and effort many farmers are doing to reduce the risk of a TB breakdown and the impact TB can have on farm businesses.
By: TB Advisory Service
HORSHAM, U.K. - Sept. 29, 2020 - PRLog -- This willingness to #ControlTheControllable to go above and beyond what government asks of farmers is exactly what we want to show off with our awards! All too often, especially in the national media, farmers are criticised for not doing what they can to prevent TB. We want to show everyone that this is not the case and farmers as always are rising to the challenge and eager to embrace change for the better to future proofing their businesses.

If you are a farmer or know a colleague who has invented a badger proof trough, re thought breeding plans to reduce the impact TB would have on the business, or has changed buying practices to reduce the chances of bringing TB onto the farm please nominate or enter. We want the simple stuff and the more elaborate – to show just how resourceful and innovative farmers and advisors can be.

We have some big sponsors Arla, NFU, Sell My livestock, Suckled Beef Producers Association and VetPartners. We also have some great judges with vast TB knowledge, Stuart Roberts Deputy President of the NFU, James Wood leading TB epidemiologist and co-contributor to the Godfray review, Nikki Hopkins farm vet and BCVA President and Andy Robertson badger ecologist and member of the TBAS technical board.

To nominate please visit our website or email us on

Entries close on 31st December.

About TBAS

The TB Advisory Service provides free, bespoke advice to cattle keepers in the High Risk and Edge Areas of England. Experienced farm consultants from TBAS are available to give advice by telephone or during an on-farm visit around all aspects of TB, including wildlife ecology, biosecurity, building design, movements and trading options tailered to the business and farm set-up.

The service is funded by Defra through Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE).

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