Livestock protection on high alpine terrain

Around Sulden, shepherdess Celia Martinez Aragon practises guided grazing beneath the Ortlers, which have an altitude of 2700m above sea level, with her 6 livestock guarding dogs and 3 herding dogs as well as 420 sheep and goats. This demanding terrain presents a challenge for shepherdesses and shepherds, especially considering the number of tourists on the many hiking paths. This video gives a glimpse of the work in the area.

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