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The Duration of the Effects of Repeated Widespread Badger Culling on Cattle Tuberculosis Following the Cessation of Culling

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Estimated effects of proactive culling on the incidence of confirmed cattle TB breakdowns.

Estimates are presented for herds inside trial areas as well as those on adjoining lands ≤2 km outside trial area boundaries. The estimated effects of proactive culling are stratified by time periods defined by the cull dates in the during-trial period, and by 6-month intervals from 1 year after the last proactive cull (the post-trial period).

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