Sinn Féin’s Pat Treanor says it’s important to maintain the all-island
animal health strategy amid a Tuberculosis outbreak in Monaghan.
He says TB is still a problem for farmers in the county and that it can put
farms at risk.
The department of agriculture’s superintendent veterinary inspector will
attend a Monaghan County Council meeting “as soon as possible” due to TB
infections in Monaghan.
Pat Treanor added that it is vital to work closely with neighbouring
counties to tackle this and said that the all-island approach needs to
Speaking to Northern Sound News, Pat Treanor close co-operation is vital to
stem this problem: