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Livestock worrying reaches new high

THE Highlands and Islands saw the highest number of livestock worrying cases in 2016.

Livestock worrying in Scotland has hit a seven-year high, as NFU Scotland issued an open letter to the public urging them to keep dogs on leads when out and about in the countryside over the coming months.

Last year saw the highest number of instances from the past seven years, prompting the union to renew its plea to dog owners to avoid fields with livestock, and keep dogs under control if out enjoying the countryside.

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