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'Animal rights' attacks on farms
Two Herefordshire farms in the Golden Valley hunt have been hit by suspected animal rights attacks.

Tyres were slashed and vehicles sprayed with battery acid and red paint in the incidents at Painscastle and Glasbury, the hunt said.

One of the masters of the hunt, Chris Davis, described the actions as "cowardly terrorist tactics".

He said damage valued at thousands of pounds was caused between Thursday and Friday morning.



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