A foraging badger© Richard Costin/FLPA/imageBroker/Rex/Shutterstock
Badger culling will take place in Cheshire and Wiltshire this autumn, as the government ramps up its efforts to tackle bovine TB. New four-year culling licences were granted by Natural England for parts of each county on Monday (11 September). In Wiltshire, marksmen have been issued licences to cull badgers in three zones over a three-month period. See also: Supplementary badger culling resumes in Somerset and Gloucestershire Across the county, a minimum of 5,376 and a maximum of 7,296 badgers […]
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