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Huge increase in badger culling will see up to 33,500 animals shot

11.09.2017
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Ministers say culls are vital for cutting TB infections in cattle but scientists say there is little evidence to support the policy Up to 33,500 badgers will be shot this autumn in an attempt to control tuberculosis in cattle, a huge rise from the 10,000 killed in 2016.The government has announced that 11 new badger cull areas have been licensed, adding to the 10 already in place. Devon now has six badger culls under way, with Somerset and Wiltshire having three each, with others in Cheshire, Cornwall, Dorset, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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