Skip Navigation
Emerging Disease Issues in, Official Website for the State of Michigan Home
close print view

Michigan Bovine Tuberculosis Eradication Project

Bovine tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease that is close to being eradicated in the United States, but still poses a significant risk to domestic livestock, wildlife, companion animals and humans throughout the world.

The Michigan Bovine TB Eradication Project involves a multi-agency team of experts from the Michigan Departments of Agriculture & Rural Development (MDARD), Natural Resources (DNR) and Community Health (DCH); Michigan State University (MSU) and the US Department of Agriculture (USDA). This website is a joint project between agencies. The goal is to provide comprehensive and up-to-date information on bovine tuberculosis. Each organization has a unique role in the Michigan Bovine TB Eradication Project with specific missions and resources.

Contributions to this web site are made by each partner and reflect the partner's areas of expertise and involvement.

Related Content
 •  Transmission and Development of Bovine TB
 •  Clinical Signs and Pathology
 •  Diagnosis
 •  Treatment and Control
 •  Significance of Bovine TB
 •  Free-ranging White-tailed Deer Testing
 •  Description and Distribution
QR code Home
PoliciesMichigan Survey

Copyright © 2014 State of Michigan