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Welsh Government consults on ways to tackle fly grazing

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THE Welsh Government is seeking views on how it might deliver measures that will enable enforcement authorities to effectively deter large-scale incidents of fly grazing or abandonment of horses or ponies.

Launching a consultation on March 4, Alun Davies, Welsh deputy minister for agriculture, said the vision was for a ‘fly grazing-free Wales’ with ‘a zero tolerance to the practice that will ensure that the future will see Wales free from the unacceptable social, economic and environmental harm caused by the nuisance of fly …

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