The NGO condemns the dumping of  dead pheasant carcasses into a pit, which is featured in a newspaper article today

The NGO has come out strongly to condemn the dumping of breasted dead pheasant carcasses into a pit by a digger, which was caught on camera by animal activists and featured in an article in the Times newspaper today (17th January 2019).

Liam Bell, Chairman of the NGO said:

“The National Gamekeepers’ Organisation is deeply dismayed by this recent video, apparently showing the illegal disposal of pheasant carcasses. We absolutely condemn this appalling incident, especially as game represents a healthy and nutritious food source. The perpetrators of this abomination should face the full force of the law. Responsible shooting estates work hard to ensure that they have developed sustainable markets for their shot game, whilst following best practice guidelines for the processing and selling of their game meat. ” 


Notes to Editors:

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