Bovine TB is a large problem in India both in cows and people. The situation is alarming because of the “no-slaughter of cattle” policy in India. Additionally, given the scarce resources in the state, there is a tendency to keep animals with a long production life without culling, increasing their chance of bTB spread. Researchers at Madras Veterinary College are working on developing and implementing new screening tests/strategies to help farmers mange bTB in their farms. The FSF India Students visited the village of Trichy (short for something unpronounceable:) and helped faculty administer, read and interpret skin tests for bTB. While in Trichy, they also took time to visit some of the beautiful temples in the region.