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When considering effective control measures for badgers for bovine TB (bTB), only badgers that can be cage trapped (40 to 70 per cent of a population, 30 per cent of which may already be infected with Mycobacterium bovis )1, 2 can be vaccinated against M bovis by injection. Not all uninfected vaccinates will become immune. Annual badger vaccination from July 2010 to October 2014 had no effect on bTB incidence in local cattle in a Defra trial.3 Despite badger vaccination, bTB has been found in road kill badgers in all six of the Edge Area …
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