On behalf of a farmer who has been free of TB since the farm was conceived, has now become TB active.
He has had badgers all the farms life. The only change in mammal movement is that a large population of fallow have taken residence in an adjacent wood.
We believe that the deer may have introduced TB through soil movement in their hoofs.
Now tis may or may not be true so I would just like some further info into the transfer agents/hosts for TB.