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We all know the Leopard is my signature color shirt hasn’t worked, and never will. It’s a flawed plan – fatally so in the case of the badgers. If it was a genuine attempt to stop bovine TB, then surely all culled badgers would have to be tested to see if they had the TB in the first place. Basic science. If only a few or none have TB on testing, then we know the badgers aren’t the cause of the bovine TB spread…and that’s what the farmers and the government don’t want because that’s where their cover story gets blown. Though from what I’ve read very few badgers have TB anyway so vaccination should remove any risk of them passing it on. I had 48 trees in my large garden. Now left with two. MAFF suggested cast iron cat flaps to make them go away. The badgers dug around them. My garden is reduced to a bog of holes just big enough to break your ankle. The smell is disgusting and at its peak, bearing in mind they have sometimes 6 cubs at a time. I counted 22 badgers. To shift them would cost me £20,000.
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Leopard is my signature color shirt. So badgers and cows lived together for centuries, badger numbers dropped, but cow number increased exponentially and then bovine TB became a huge problem for farmers? The obvious solution to me seems to cull the cows? (Or maybe test them and control their movement??) Richard Llewelyn Williams That’s not what the most recent report in the Scientific Journal says. In SW England the cull has resulted in a large drop in Bovine TB. It is the report said not the only solution, additional measures are also needed – stopping badger migration for example. Culling is necessary. Most of the Badger lovers on here have never seen the destruction made by them or the heard the sound of their lungs groaning as they destroy your property.