Areas of the country that are introducing badger culling for the first time this autumn should deliver net benefits of more than £1m each, according to the latest cost benefit analysis conducted by Defra. The figures are based on a comparison between the likely cost of badger culling – both to the government and to the farming industry – and the projected net benefits of a reduced incidence of bovine TB in cattle as the wildlife disease reservoir is reduced. See […]
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