Quite the cow-motion! Moment herd of cows break down a fence and trample their way into a garden
- Footage shows the group of cows breaking a garden fence and trotting inside
This is the moment a herd of cows broke down a fence and trampled their way into a garden.
Residents of Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, have said action must be taken as cows that graze on a common near their properties keep causing damage.
Andy Skilton, the town councillor, told BBC Three Counties Radio he was unable to reach the common’s owners, Fen Reeves, so posted the video online to raise awareness.
Video footage shows a group of around 15 cows walking around the back of a row of gardens leading onto a river.
Video footage shows a group of around 15 cows walking around the back of a row of gardens before breaking down a fence
Once the fence is broken down the cows enter the garden and stand inside
A handful of the animals can be seen grazing in a garden where a man attempts to shoo them away.
They then proceed to break down the fence of the neighbouring property and walk inside.
The end of the video shows a man attempting to get rid of the cows who eventually walk back into the river.
In a statement Fen Reeves said it had been in touch with concerned residents and the issues raised had been discussed, according to the BBC.
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