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Save North Yorkshire County Council's Badgers from Culling

293 Signatures Goal: 500


This is a national issue which will be of direct concern to the people of North Yorkshire County Council when DEFRA "rolls out" its culling policy in 2014.


The object of the petition is to ensure that North Yorkshire County Council's badger population is as safe as possible from slaughter and that the already available injectable badger vaccine against bTB is used in as many cases as possible.


We ask this because we believe the culling policy is inhumane (DEFRA's measurement of "humaneness" is to time the screams of wounded badgers), inefficient (previous culls showed an increase in bTB because of badger movement) and unscientific (the majority of scientific opinion hold that a cull will have "no meaningful result").


To preserve the integrity of this petition please only sign it if you live, work or study in the North Yorkshire County Council area. However, if you are signing as a resident of North Yorkshire please type in your District Council area within the County as well. This well help to ensure that the petition is discussed at one or more of the seven "Area Boards" run by the County Council as well as potentially by the full Council.


For details of badger petitions in other parts of England, please contact B-R-A-V-E http://www.b-r-a-v-e.co.uk


We, the undersigned, call on North Yorkshire County Council to prohibit the culling of badgers on council-owned land and invest in vaccination programmes locally. We ask this because we believe culling to be inhumane, inefficient and unscientific.

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  • 10 months ago
    Mary Painter
    10 months ago
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    Steve Robinson
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    Pamela Preedy
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    Laura
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    TINA ABBOTT
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    Jane Lund United Kingdom
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    Melissa Saviste
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    Jane Land
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    Clea Grady
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    Alex Hobday
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    Ali
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    Angie Pedley United Kingdom
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    Rob Hyden
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    REBECCA HILL
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    Mike Orton
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