Monday, 29 December 2014 11:57

No horsing around in commissioner’s crackdown on fly-grazing

Hertfordshire’s crime commissioner is working in conjunction with an animal charity in an effort to tackle the countywide problem of ‘fly-grazing’ and stray horses.

Fly-grazing involves using someone else’s land, without permission, to graze animals which are often in poor condition and not properly secured, allowing them to stray onto roads, causing traffic delays and potentially serious accidents.  

For the full article from the hemeltoday, click here.


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