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Progress made to protect livestock

THE past 12 months have seen real progress being made in efforts to allow proportionate management of wildlife that are having a negative impact on farming and crofting, according to the NFUS.

This has come at a time of unprecedented interest among farmers, crofters and the public about the ‘rewilding’ agenda.

The NFUS said it ‘has been tirelessly working behind the scenes to make tangible progress on behalf of members who are having to deal with sea eagles, beavers, geese and ravens.

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