Green light given for badger cull pilots

July 2012
Meat Trades Journal;7/20/2012, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports that the controversial badger cull of the British government will go ahead after judge at Great Britain's High Court has declared a legal challenge by Badger Trust in 2012.


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