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Anti-hunt campaign is "well organised" says hunt group
13 December 2007

The chairman of the Hunting Association of Ireland has described those campaigning against hunting as "passionate" and said that the anti-hunt campaign in Ireland is "well organised". Gavin Duffy also revealed that the HAI was "broke".

According to The Irish Horse section of the Irish Farmers Journal, Mr Duffy made the comments at a pro-hunt meeting in Navan.

"HAI chairman Gavin Duffy told the recent Navan protest meeting that hunting was seriously under threat and that the association was broke," the report outlined. "He said that the anti-hunt faction were passionate about their objectives [and] were well organised."


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