In late September, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency discovered a cow with bovine tuberculosis linked to Brad Osadczuk's ranch in Jenner, Alta., and launched an investigation which confirmed five other cases tied to his herd.
Since then, about 40 herds across Alberta and Saskatchewan were placed under quarantine and about 10,000 cattle will be destroyed to help control the spread of the disease.
Recent updates from the CFIA revealed about $16.7 million will be made available in financial assistance.
Read the full stories here:
CFIA says six sites are no longer under quarantine for bovine TB (Dec 15, 2016)
CFIA issues update on bovine TB investigation (Dec 08, 2016)
Compensation in the works for producers impacted by bovine TB (Nov 25, 2016)
Update: new bovine TB cases (Nov 21, 2016)
Update: bovine TB investigation crosses province borders (Nov 11, 2016)
Some Alberta ranchers will have their cattle euthanized (Nov 02, 2016)
Alberta cattle farmers looking for relief after quarantine (Oct 31, 2016)