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Government rejects Derbyshire badger cull

1 month ago   |   By Milton Keynes Natural History Society

A proposed badger cull in Derbyshire this winter has been rejected by the government.
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs said it would not grant farmers licences.
It said it would give further consideration to how to combine vaccination programs against bovine TB with other methods.
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