There was a lovely house near me last year which had just been modernised
throughout but I didn't go for it - it got snapped up pretty quick anyhow. I
have since learnt that at the rear of the house is a small wood with a
badger set in there.
At first I thought how cute... but since I have wondered whether having one
so close to a house could be a potential problem - i.e. as in digging down
underneath the foundations? Anyone know anything about this kind of thing?
On Wed, 20 Aug 2003 01:34:50 +0100, Dave Plowman wrote:
Haven't heard it for a while, silly sod didn't take up the option of
having his own, independant, examination of the body. In "the real
world" that would surely be the thing to do. It would make his case so
much stronger if said dead Badger had had TB.
As for the piss poor research I smell something, why does no one put
up the cash to do a proper scientific appraisal? Vetinary Drugs
companies making loads a money from TB vaccines? A feeling that they
(who ever "they" are) won't get the answer they want, ie Badgers do
carry TB to cattle.
Dave. pam is missing e-mail
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