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National Trust members are to vote on whether it should allow badger culls on its land. The Trust isn't involved in the current pilot culls in Somerset and Gloucestershire though it has said that it wouldn't stand in the way of such culls if the pilots are successful. But the Trust says it won't be bound by its members until the science is settled. Also on Farming Today, death threats, bricks through windscreens and intimidation. These are just some of the things farmers claim they are facing from Hare Coursers trespassing on their land. In Lincolnshire alone, almost a hundred and ninety people were prosecuted, between September 2012 and April 2013. Now that crops have been harvested the bare fields offer the perfect arena for hunting and the gangs have returned. Presented by Charlotte Smith. Produced by Anna Varle.