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Shorty   on 13/10/17 @ 19:41 said:

Hi Cazzer. Presumably you will know of the Viking way route around Tealby and Walesby, and Snipe Dales near Horncastle? It's a while since I ventured there, but it was pretty cow-free then. Shorty.

ManPlusDog   on 13/10/17 @ 21:58 said:

Hi, had the same problem with my dog, she just stands frozen with cows , mind she is little so I just pick her up.
There are a few good walks I have found around the wolds which are generally ok , few sheep now and again.Walesby woods , Market Rasen willingham woods and area around it.
Binbrook, Ravendale,Around Louth, Wold Newton and nearer to Grimsby you have Swallow Vale ,between Caister and Laceby.
Feel free to get in touch for any more ideas. I am on Glyn's Monsal walk this Sunday if you come on it , I notice you are a maybe, can chat then about it if you come.

Cazzer  on 14/10/17 @ 8:22 said:

Thanks for that. A couple of people have suggested Walesby so will give that a go. I'm near Caistor and have done the walk to Nettleton top, definitely cows on the top, but not ventured around Swallow Vale, so will have a go at that one as pretty close to me.

mintsauce96   on 21/10/17 @ 18:22 said:

I’m glad I’m not the only one who doesn’t like cows! I’ve gone to great lengths to avoid a field full of them hope you find some nice walks free of killer cows

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