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38,642.
140,991.

Badgers,
not just
numbers.

38,642. That's the number of badgers reported so far to have been killed as part of the Government's 2020 badger cull.

 

140,991. The total number of badgers killed since the cull started in 2013. And horrifically another 60,000 or more could be added as the cull runs for another two years, on current plans.


This makes no sense. Badgers are not the problem. 

Badger Trust remains unconvinced that bTB policy consultation gives any reprieve to badgers

Review of Government statement and consultation approach fails to indicate any significant change to the expected further slaughter of over 100,000 badgers in coming years.

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