Inventory control: German government consults on shooting of wolves


Federal agriculture Minister Julia Klöckner (CDU) and the environment Minister Svenja Schulze (SPD) want to clarify in the middle of January, whether the shooting of wolves should be easier in Germany for the protection of farm animals. This speaker, announced inside of both ministries on Wednesday in Berlin.

Schulze had already agreed to change the Federal nature conservation act, to be able to particularly eye-catching wolves to shoot. A spokeswoman for her Ministry said now that the shooting of wolves can overcome a “sufficiently high electric fence”, is already possible today.

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