|Danny Quinn with some of the stock he was forced to sell|
|Protected geese put suckler herd's livelihood at risk|
from grazing damage by geese," he said. He also claimed his landlord failed to provide adequate buildings or fencing. That, coupled with damage caused by the geese, forced him to sell off his flock of 130 ewes in 1990. "Now I have had to reduce the sucklers there is no way I can make a living here."
|By Rog Wood|
A DUMFRIES farmer is seeking compensation of £0.5m after overgrazing by geese forced him to cut his suckler herd from 124 cows to 40.