Brumby Culling in Victoria and NSW

The COVID19 pandemic has saturated global affairs and a case in the Federal Court of Australia in Melbourne concerning wild horse populations has seen little exposure. Beginning tonight, Parks Victoria will initiate its four-year plan to reduce the brumby population in Northern Victoria’s Barmah National Park by way of rehoming and shooting in an attempt to conserve native wetland flora in the area The NSW government now faces pressure to do the same in the states south.

Jill Pickering, President of the Australian Brumby Alliance joined us today to address the organisations concerns that saw the matter initially enter the courts.

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