The federal and provincial governments have announced the appointment of a provincial co-ordinator with the mandate of eradicating bovine tuberculosis (TB) in and around Riding Mountain National Park.
Dr. Allan Preston, a Manitoba veterinarian who operates a grain and cattle farm near Hamiota, will assume the new role with the primary goal of eliminating bovine TB, which has wreaked havoc on wildlife and livestock herds near RMNP.
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