In this study, we developed a conceptual model describing how immigration rate may be estimated from cull
data, and used annual fox bag records from the NGC to quantify immigration rates of foxes onto British estates.
Sese Farms, one of the largest farms in San Carlos village, said it would cull
its own pullets (young chickens).
For decades, Welsh and UK governments had been persuaded by wildlife and animal rights groups not to cull
badgers, but in 2013 the UK Government instigated a cull
in areas of England.
He'll probably repeat the malformation the rest of his life--but again, the deformity has nothing to do with genetics, so why cull
Last December, preparing the way for an extension to the cull
, the then Environment Secretary Liz Truss said that the trial culls
had 'met their targets'.
is the most cost-effective way of stopping the spread of this disease among cattle.
Speaking in the Commons, Tory MP Gary Streeter (South West Devon) told Mr Eustice: "The hardpressed dairy farmers of south Devon, which is a bovine TB hotspot, are keen to have the cull
extended into our part of the world.
The Government's decision to extend the cull
of badgers was announced last week, and the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has now confirmed the culls
The Environment and Sustainable Development Directorate released 80 pages of reports revealing a roaring $244,750 spent on Canberra Kangaroo Cull
PEOPLE from all over the country descended on Birmingham to take part in Britain's biggest anti-badger cull
They were so horrified by the launch of the pilot badger cull
in September that they pledged to do the all-nighter every week until the cull
ANIMAL campaigners are celebrating victory after the Government called off the badger cull
THE Government's badger cull
has been branded a "chaotic failure" by a North East rural expert.
THOUSANDS of people decked in black-and-white clothing have marched on Westminster in protest at a planned badger cull