A HUNT supporter has warned of problems of dead animals being left in the countryside if there is a ban.
Andrew Rogers, master of the Pennine Foxhounds, said farmers would suffer because dead animals would not be cleared.
The Foxhounds have a deal with farmers throughout the Holme Valley and Huddersfield area to dispose of sheep, calves and other animals that die naturally.
The carcasses are collected by the Foxhounds and sent on to be rendered down, with some of the meat fed to the hounds.
Mr Rogers said the Government was intent on imposing a national fallen stock scheme but that was already months behind schedule.
"We have a system that works well and has worked since the Government imposed a ban on burying dead livestock.
"We make a nominal charge to the farmers and they appreciate it. Without us it would cost them far more money to dispose of the fallen stock."
Mr Rogers also condemned MPs who voted for the ban on hunting with dogs - including Colne Valley MP Kali Mountford.
He said the hunt had met with Ms Mountford and warned her of a backlash if the bill was pushed through.
He said: "The Pennine Foxhounds have hunted this area for 35 years and we do a lot to help farmers.
"Our 60 hounds will have to go if the Bill goes through, but we will go on fighting."
Robert Nobles, a spoke- sman for the National Farmers' Union, said: "The fallen stock scheme with the Foxhounds works very well. They operate a collection service and it is much appreciated by the local farming community."