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Cattle with Nofence in ancient Galloway woodland

App-controlled cows could help ancient Galloway woodland grow

App-controlled cows are being used in south west Scotland in a bid to boost biodiversity. The trial of virtual fence technology is a first for Forestry and Land Scotland (FLS). It is hoped the cattle can help reduce bracken growth in the areas they trample and thereby encourage the woodland to spread. That, in turn, could provide a bigger area for special plants, birds and insects - some of which are rare - to thrive.

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