Register your cattle or deer herd now with OSPRI's TBfree programme.
OSPRI helps protect and enhance the reputation of New Zealand's primary industries through the NAIT and TBfree programmes.
OSPRI's NAIT programme links people, property and livestock. Click here to learn more.
Sharemilkers and dairy herd owners have plenty to think about at the moment, and with Gypsy Day fast approaching OSPRI’s here to help get you sorted for NAIT and TBfree.
The primary wildlife source of bovine tuberculosis (TB) in New Zealand is the possum, with transmission of infection from possums to livestock regarded as a key barrier to eradicating TB from livestock.
Possums infected with bovine tuberculosis (TB) have been found as part of OSPRI’s work to determine the cause of the TB infection in a number of Mount Cargill herds, North of Dunedin, Otago.
You can update your herd details by calling us on 0800 4 824 636 or by completing this form. You can only update your details here if you are already registered with the TBfree New Zealand programme as a herdowner.
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