Licence the hunts with the requirement to kill a number of foxes per year, or face a fine for failing to achieve that number. Make it a serious business, as well as a sport. Give the job of working out how many foxes require killing to DEFRA.

Why is this idea important?

This makes hunting the fox a serious business to assist in defending lamb food production.

Giving the job of working out the fox population to DEFRA (parasites on farming and actually having the possibility of producing something to eat, since we can't afford to import it and pay for it), is cheaper than putting them on the dole, and they might be vaguely useful in preventing babies from being attacked in their cots in urban areas. Fox numbers have increased vastly since the ban, and with more competition for food in the country, they have found easier pickings in the urban areas.


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