Sheep still missing from Trent Hills
Posted 1 year ago
Tue, Apr 24th, '12 - 3:54 pm
A flock of Shropshire sheep belonging to a Hastings farmer is still at large.
The rare flock went missing the night before the Canadian Food Inspection Agency was to cull them earlier this month.
The Agency said the flock needed to be killed in order to test them for a disease called scrapie.
A grassroots group calling itself the Farmers Peace Corps claimed responsibility for the missing sheep by leaving a note in its place.
A legal team with the Canadian Constitution Foundation has stepped in to assist the sheep’s shepherd in her fight to get them back, alive and well.
Shepherd Montana Jones says the sheep are about to give birth soon and she wants them back so they can “lamb” in a safe and familiar environment.