Now I know that the topic of Bovine TB is current in uk with the Badger cull and all, and I am not an anti. Ob viously tb has to be controlled one way or the other. It is the "other" that I am asking about.
As some of you will be aware, New Zealand has a probalem with Bovine tb, and the main vector is said to be the Australian Opposum. To that end, successive govt bodies over the last few decades have been using a method of killing wild possums/rats/ferrets etc that has to my mind is a bit of a sledgehammer to crack a nut type of aproach in this day and age. The following short video was made by well known hunters, the Graf brothers. I am keen to hear opinions from people other than Kiwis. Do you think that your govt would be able to use this method of pest control in the 21st century?
Just off to put my flack jacket and tin hat on now.