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12 minutes
First broadcast:
Monday 17 September 2012

He wore a badger on his sleeve at the Olympic closing ceremony, now Queen guitarist Brian May tells Farming Today he fears the imminent badger cull will lead to 'civil war' in the countryside. He tells the programme he believes badgers are innocent victims of the TB problem in cattle. The President of the National Farmers Union, Peter Kendall criticises his 'emotive' language and says the only way to resolve Bovine TB is to tackle it in both cattle and badgers.

The presenter is Charlotte Smith and the producer is Sarah Swadling.



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