Herds infected with bovine tuberculosis in Canada
Bovine tuberculosis (TB) is a reportable disease in Canada. This means that all suspected cases must be reported to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). When it is reported, the CFIA follows a strict testing and eradication program.
Because 95 percent of all commercial animals slaughtered are sent to a federal abattoir, the CFIA uses an abattoir surveillance system to look for bovine TB in slaughtered animals.
Current as of: 2020-01-31
|Year||Date confirmed||Location||Animal type infected|
|2018||November 9||British Columbia||Beef Cattle|
|2016||September 16||Alberta and Saskatchewan||Beef Cattle|
|2011||May 16||British Columbia||Beef Cattle|
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