Yes. We have extensively tested our bulls and all tests results have
been clear (M. bovis not detected).
We have also introduced a new daily
testing regime where we are testing every semen collection for M. bovis and
will confirm the results before semen straws are dispatched to farmers.
We continue to test any new bulls for
M. bovis in isolation before they enter the main bull farm.
As M. bovis is mainly spread between
cattle in close contact, the best way we can protect our bulls is to continue
with our strict animal management and monitoring measures.