Højlandskvægene at Munkebo Multipark meetings resistance after resistance.
A crowd of young boys threw stones after kvægene Thursday evening.
It is otherwise no more than seven weeks ago, six of the scottish highland cattle died because they had probably eaten the garden, where one of Denmark's most poisonous plants were in.
It writes the New York times.
After the deadly poisoning have their outdoor corral stood empty, until kvægene was put on the grass again on good Friday.
But the ulykkesramte cattle had barely been out for a week, before Peter Bisgaard, who along with his wife is the owner of Sybergkvæg, got a call from an alarmed citizen.
the Citizen had seen and filmed a group of young people penetrate the animals up in a corner and then throw stones at them.
Peter Bisgaard rushed in his car to the multiparken, but the young people had left the site. He met the troubled citizen, who helped him to find the young people. He appointed a flock of about eight people aged 14 to 16 years.
- They sit at a table and smoking cigarettes. I go and confront them with it, says Peter Bisgaard to New York, and continues:
- The regrets, it really most of them, but there are a few who ignore me and just screws up the music in their ears and want to look like some, who don't care. Now I have worked with young people, so I know very well how they look when they have a hard time seeing the truth in the eyes.
He politianmeldte, however, not the episode. But it happens again, then get the police message.
Peter Bisgaard encourages others to filming, if something similar happens again.