Up to 150 wild horses to be aerial culled at Singleton Army base

John Ellicott
Updated December 19 2018 - 12:17pm, first published 10:13am
Kathy Massey, president of the Hunter Valley Brumby Association, with one of the Welsh ponies rescued from the Singleton Army base. Picture by Max Mason-Hubers.
Kathy Massey, president of the Hunter Valley Brumby Association, with one of the Welsh ponies rescued from the Singleton Army base. Picture by Max Mason-Hubers.

A last ditch bid has been made by brumby groups to stop aerial culling of up to 150 brumbies at the Singleton Army base.

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John Ellicott

John Ellicott

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