STOP THE BADGER CULL - BOYCOTT ALL ENGLISH FARM PRODUCE
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STOP THE BADGER CULL - BOYCOTT ALL ENGLISH FARM PRODUCE

    1. Petition by

      Jan Donovan

      UK, United Kingdom

Because Badgers have been wrongly blamed for Bovine Tb in Cattle. Farmers want a cull and government have given the go ahead for Badgers to be killed in June 2013,and this will not cure the problem Scientists say. A total of 130,000 are to be slaughtered in the near future. Vaccinate instead. 

To:
DEFRA and NFU
Stop the Badger Cull, allow badgers to be vaccinated and press forward for a cattle vaccine.

We the under signed agree to Boycott All English Farm Produce , including meat dairy fruit veg and eggs, basically any thing produced by English farmers, in protest against the Badger Cull.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Yvonne Mallard VANCOUVER, CANADA
      • 3 months ago

      they are killed in a inhumane manner - research this and vaccinate

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    • maria cliffe CARDIFF, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 4 months ago

      its wrong......

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    • Denise Phelan BELFAST, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 4 months ago

      The way forward is testing and vaccination not indiscriminately killing defenceless badgers, most of which are perfectly healthy. Disgusting action by the UK government. Be ashamed and change.

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    • Jenna Miles DARTMOUTH, CANADA
      • 6 months ago

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    • Farzana Azad BIRMINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 7 months ago

      This is genocide. This policy is not really the solution now is it? It is not even the only option available. The policy is not ecologically, ethically or biologically justifiable. Not to mention, badgers are quite beautiful...

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