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IMPLICATIONS OF COURT RULING ON FOOTPATH COW ATTACK

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Farmers might not be able to put cattle in a field with a footpath, according to a Hereford and Worcester county co...
Farmers might not be able to put cattle in a field with a footpath, according to a Hereford and Worcester county councillor, The Birmingham Post reports (p4).

Cllr David Muffet has warned that a court ruling which awarded £45,000 in damages to a rambler attacked by a herd of cows could have 'enormous implications if it stands unchallenged'.
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