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The Behavioural and Physiological Effects of Culling Red Deer

Out of Print

By: Patrick Bateson

77 pages, Figs, tabs

National Trust

Paperback | Dec 1997 | #70057
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About this book

This study, produced in conjunction with many hunts across the UK, contains scientific evidence to support the contention that lengthy hunts with hounds impose extreme stress on red deer and are likely to cause them great suffering. The alternative of shooting red deer produces on average much lower levels of individual suffering.

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