Wild boar cull debate: Forest of Dean homeowner's view

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The Forestry Commission has said it will carry out what is expected to be its biggest ever cull of wild boar in the Forest of Dean this autumn.

The population has grown dramatically over the past decade, along with complaints about the damage the animals cause.

However, some believe a cull would be a step too far.

Dennis Beech had land near his home dug up by wild boar, but is still not convinced a cull is the best way forward.

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