Organisations in Wales unite against fly-grazing
THE Welsh Government, police, equine charities and councils are set to unite against fly-grazing.
Representatives for these organisations met at the Royal Welsh Showground in Builth Wells and pledged to continue working together to find a resolution to the problem.
Deputy Minister for Agriculture, Alun Davies, said: "Continued partnership working between local authorities, enforcement agencies and welfare charities has meant that this issue has been tackled head on through a coordinated approach.
"This conference is part of the consultation process and will ensure that a united approach continues as we work towards our vision of a fly grazing free Wales."
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Large numbers of horses have been abandoned in publicly owned spaces, on common land and on private land, including in Swansea.
Steve Thomas, Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA) chief executive, said: "There is a clear commitment and a willingness from all the agencies involved to work together to deal with this problem."