Tuberculosis testing beef cattle © Tim Scrivener© Tim Scrivener
Councillors in the Welsh county of Ceredigion have passed a motion which urges the government to introduce a badger cull as part of efforts to tackle bovine TB. Ceredigion county councillor Gareth Lloyd (independent) proposed the motion, which was seconded by deputy leader Ray Quant. The motion, put before a council meeting on Thursday (24 March), insisted that the Welsh government’s “non-scientific” badger vaccination programme had failed. See also: 14 policy changes that would help farmers in Wales It urged Welsh […]
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