Stop the UK Badger Cull

Norma Kearton
Norma Kearton 209 Comments
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STOP the UK BADGER CULL

Responsible department:

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

We, the undersigned, call on the UK government to stop the planned cull of badgers on the following grounds: · Over 70% of the badger population in large areas of theUnited Kingdomwill be killed, many of them healthy. · The method of free-shooting badgers could cause severe injury to many thousands of badgers. · Independent scientific studies have shown that culling would be of little help in reducing bovine TB, and even suggest that it could make things worse in some areas. We urge the UK government to stop the cull and implement the more sustainable and humane solution of both a vaccination programme for badgers and cattle, along with improved testing and biosecurity.

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  • Mary Davies Turner
    Mary Davies Turner United Kingdom, Ammanford
    Dec 28, 2017
    Dec 28, 2017
    Needless inhumane cull with no robust scientific evidence to back it up.
  • Julia Sowden
    Julia Sowden United Kingdom, Colchester
    Dec 24, 2017
    Dec 24, 2017
    This barbaric inhumane and totally unnecessary slaughter of our iconic protected wildlife needs to stop!
  • Jan wojciechowski
    Jan wojciechowski United States, Chicago
    Dec 23, 2017
    Dec 23, 2017
    This is so cruel and barbaric.
    What is wrong with you. Stop eating the meat.
  • anne bourne
    anne bourne United Kingdom, High Wycombe
    Dec 23, 2017
    Dec 23, 2017
    How much more scientific evidence does it take for the cull to be stopped. They need to stop free shooting immediately as even the numbers of the latest cull suggests that up to 80 badgers did not die immediately, but suffered a painful death. Even the BVA has said it is inhumane!
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