The National Federation of Badger Groups (NFBG) accused farm unions of mis-interpreting the report which establishes a link between badgers and cattle but fails to establish culpability.
What does NFBG stand for?
NFBG stands for National Federation of Badger Groups
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The National Federation of Badger Groups welcomed the report from the British Ecological Society as showing, 'no credible foundation to demands from the farming unions for the slaughter of thousands of badgers'.
However, the National Federation of Badger Groups said farmers should do more to prevent bovine TB by curbing cattle movements.
The National Federation of Badger Groups say 10,000 badgers are killed by baiters every year.
Ranged against him is the National Federation of Badger Groups representing 85 local organisations who say the scheme is "futile, morally unacceptable and practically unworkable".
Dr Elaine King, National Federation of Badger Groups
But his words provoked a furious response from Dr Elaine King, chief executive of the National Federation of Badger Groups, who accused the NFU of behaving 'like a school bully'.
The National Federation of Badger Groups has welcomed the publication of a letter in which Defra Secretary of State Margaret Beckett challenged vets to provide evidence that justifies their demands to cull badgers to control bovine TB.