reported by activists in Italy:

"November 5 - Mozzate (Como)
During the night a cell of activists visited a farm breeding partridges for the hunting industry, cutting open one of the big fences imprisoning the animals. Local newspapers reported the action on full page, interviewing the farmer, who said he was awoken by his dogs barking and came out, forcing the activists to escape.

An anonymous communique claimed the action saying they carried it out until the farmer came out and they couldn't open all the fences and free all the birds. They claimed the action in solidarity with Barry Horne 'whose spirit is still inspiring us to take action', they said, and left spraypainted slogans like 'free the animals - Barry lives'."