A chartered surveyor has launched a ready meal range which sees the 43-year-old plucking pheasants she kills on shoots, before cooking them in cottage pies and lasagne.
Farmers fear chaos as animal rights activists threaten to bring a new legal challenge to remove general shooting licences which allow them to kill pest birds.
Trophy hunters and sick blood-sport tourists are shooting deer and stags in the UK for as little as £70 on sick killing tours.
Shooting and tour companies are also offering trips to hunt bison, with prices “depending on the trophy”, meaning people do not need to go abroad.
An official complaint was made to Change.org about the comments on the petition.
In this week's podcast, editor Fergus Collins discusses the pros and cons of more meat-eaters trying game and explores the ethics of shooting in modern Britain.
Crusader may not have been the role Sophie Bagley had in mind when she started selling her oven ready meals under the moniker of Glorious Game, but it sits nicely with her when I mention it.
A ‘SEISMIC’ change is on the horizon for grouse moors in Scotland following the findings of a two-year review into grouse management.
Grouse moor shooting licences should be introduced if breeding raptor populations do not improve, a review has recommended.