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Farmers urged to protect properties against blazes

FARMERS and crofters are being urged to take precautions to protect their property as the number of fires in rural areas reached its peak last year.

Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS), in conjunction with NFU Scotland, earlier this year launched the rural risk survey to encourage farmers and crofters to inform SFRS of what they have on their properties, and map out any dangers.

By having a rural risk form completed, fire crews can work to prevent extensive damage in the event of a fire, but also prevent injury to the farmer, crofter, their family, workers and the fire crews.

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