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Compensation to farmers for losses caused by predators is not viable - research

Compensation does not stimulate changes in husbandry practices

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All funding to mitigate the impact of large predators on livestock should be directed to set up protection measures for the herds or to pay for risk of exposure, a new study has recommended.

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