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Minister's claim that badger cull cuts cattle TB is attacked by experts

9 monthes ago   |   By Milton Keynes Natural History Society

Government claims that the controversial badger cull is reducing tuberculosis rates in cattle have been undermined by a group of leading vets and animal welfare experts who have shared data that, they say, confirms it has made no difference.
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