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Canadian yak farmer fields complaints for wandering herd

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In Canada, a yak farmer is in court after neighbors called cops on her wandering animals. (Source: CBC News/CNN) In Canada, a yak farmer is in court after neighbors called cops on her wandering animals. (Source: CBC News/CNN)
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LANARK COUNTY, ONTARIO, CANADA (CBC NEWS/CNN) – In Canada, a woman found herself in court on Tuesday, after complaints from her neighbors that her Tibetan yaks were trespassing on their property.

Rosemary Kralik is a yak farmer, and says her two dozen animals have hundreds of acres of land to graze on, but occasionally get through their fence.

She says she usually gets a call from her neighbors, but they've started calling police.

“It's a shock, it sinks in and you realize just how much work you have ahead of you,” Kralik said.

The law says it's up to each neighbor to maintain their side of the fence, however, the animals don't always stay on their side of the boundary.

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