Because of the damage that feral goats do to native vegetation, they are periodically culled. Hunters must be fit and skilful, and accurate shots over long distances. These hunters are shooting goats in Marlborough, in 1946.
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Reference: Weekly Review 260. National Film Unit, 1946
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