By David McKay
CENTRE OF ATTENTION: One of the turbines in the Glens of Foudland windfarm which has been shut down pending an investigation into a bullock’s death.
The biggest windfarm in Aberdeenshire has been shut down for four days amid fears of electrocution after a farm animal was found dead.
All 20 turbines at Glens of Foudland, near Huntly, were switched off on Thursday after farmer John Wink found the bullock lying in a nearby field.
The cause of death has been described as unexplained but the previously healthy one-year-old showed haemorrhaging around the heart, a possible sign of electrocution.
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