Stray dog kills lambs in Kildress - farmers asked to be vigilant

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It's lambing season.

by Gillian McDade

A number of lambs have been killed in the Kildress area.

A stray hunting dog is believed to be responsible for the attacks.

Sheep farmers have raised concerns in recent weeks.

It’s understood that the Mid-Ulster Council dog warden is tackling the situation.

Ulster Unionist representative Mark Glasgow has been working with the farmers affected and the council to find a solution.

He’s appealing to people in Kildress, Ballinasollus and Tulnacross to be vigilant.

Here's what he had to say:



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