The Canadian Press

2016-12-07 | Bovine TB

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The quarantine of cattle in a western Canada bovine tuberculosis outbreak continues to grow, even as no new confirmed cases of the disease have been found. But Dr. Harpeet Kochhar, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency's chief veterinary officer, says he's hopeful that the number of animals quarantined may have peaked. Kochhar says there have been no signs of the illness found during inspections of cattle that were isolated for testing. (In late September, the agency discovered a cow with bovine T-B was linked to a ranch in Jenner, Alberta. After an investigation began, five other animals from the same herd tested positive for the illness.)

Date: 2016-12-07
Placeline: OTTAWA.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 16 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << we are looking for any signs any clinical signs any lesions for the tuberculosis and the last song which we had we did not see any signs of that disease which is a good thing in the at the point where we are in terms of Investigation >>