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What to do if your pet goes missing in a farm tractor

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Farmers are bracing for a new threat to their livelihoods.

With thousands of farms closing and new ones opening, there is a growing fear that a missing animal farm tractor could lead to a death or serious injury.

One farm owner has already made a successful plea to the NSW Government to introduce legislation to help prevent the deaths of animals in farm vehicles.

“The loss of a pet means the loss of livelihoods for thousands of people across the country,” said farmer and animal welfare activist Tim Wilson.

“It’s one of the biggest tragedies in the history of agriculture, but I’d argue the worst is probably happening in our backyard.”

In an industry where so much depends on animals for income, the loss or disappearance of animals has become a big issue.

Animal welfare groups have long called for more stringent regulations to protect animals in the industry.

“In the US, there’s been a recent spate of farm deaths involving a farm animal,” said Dr Sarah Doolan, the animal welfare campaigner and founder of the New South Wales Animal Welfare League.

Mr Wilson says he and his wife are very concerned about what could happen when a missing farm tractor suddenly crashes. “

A pet is an animal, and animals are not disposable commodities.”

Mr Wilson says he and his wife are very concerned about what could happen when a missing farm tractor suddenly crashes.

“I know there’s a lot of work to do to ensure there is nothing like this happening to animals,” he said.

“What’s more, if you’re a vet, you’ll probably be in a bit of a dilemma about euthanising the animal, especially if it’s a young animal.” “

Animal welfare group animal welfare NSW says more regulations are needed to help protect the animals. “

What’s more, if you’re a vet, you’ll probably be in a bit of a dilemma about euthanising the animal, especially if it’s a young animal.”

Animal welfare group animal welfare NSW says more regulations are needed to help protect the animals.

“Our pet welfare lobby is in constant contact with the NSW Minister of Primary Industries and the NSW Veterinary Medical Commission,” said Ms Doolann.

“They’re in constant communication with the industry and with their animal welfare representatives, who are often directly involved in the handling of animals.”

They also get involved in animal welfare campaigns to raise awareness of the welfare of animals, and to get more information about animal welfare issues in the community.

“Many of them are not given any opportunity to be petrified or properly petrified.””

So we have an animal welfare issue that we have to deal with and we’ve got to address it.””

Many of them are not given any opportunity to be petrified or properly petrified.”

So we have an animal welfare issue that we have to deal with and we’ve got to address it.

“What you’re seeing now is the most egregious example of animal cruelty we’ve ever seen, but it’s happening at an alarming rate.”

Ms Dooan said she wanted the NSW government to act soon to put more stringent controls on farm vehicles, which are used to transport animals.

She said it needed to be more than just a case of “keeping a distance”.

“If this goes on, we’re looking at a real problem of a loss of life,” she said.

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