Protesters who want to see the end of badger culling took to the streets of Exeter. Around 200 people marched through the city, telling ITV that while they felt bolstered by how many people turned out today - but that they were angry that their fight to end the cull has had to continue.
Badger culling, in the hope of preventing the spread of bovine tuberculosis, started in some areas in 2013 but the cull is being expanded.
In a statement DEFRA said that no vaccine is fully effective.
But one family who spoke to ITV News, told us that they believe the killing of a protected species should not be one of Defra's interventions.
The Devon Badger Group says since the cull began, 40,000 badgers have been killed nationally - and with the cull expanding that number will only increase.