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Speaking on national radio, the Labour councillor for Berry Hill said: “The Forestry Commission, the district council and DEFRA (Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) are quoting their rules and they are all saying its down to private landowners.
“We’ve got 1970s law for a 2017 problem.
The Forestry Commission says it is up to people to protect their own properties, and even install 5 foot fences.
Reverend Mike Barnsley, the Vicar of Cinderford, said, "The recommendation on their website is to build a fence, five foot and even electrify it, with barbed wire at the top and bottom."
originally posted by: pheonix358
It is easy to fix. Just tell the hunters to go for it and bring home the bacon.
That is how it would have been dealt with in the past.
Otherwise, give the army some training.