An eastern Ontario yak farmer was in court Tuesday after neighbours complained about how often her animals trespass on their property.

Rosemary Kralik said when some of her two dozen yaks got loose from her nearly 300 hectares of property in the past, she'd just get a call from her neighbours telling her where she could come pick them up.

However, times have changed for some people nearby, and the police have become involved.

Learn more by watching Omar Dabaghi-Pacheco's story from the CBC TV Ottawa news in the above video player.