Cows on the lam in Pisquid West

Dozens of cows are on the lam in north-eastern P.E.I. Monday evening.

Drivers warned as 40 cattle spill out of field

Rybicki says he has lost 30 cattle to wolf attacks since 2014. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)

Dozens of cows are on the lam in north-eastern P.E.I. Monday evening. 

RCMP warned motorists driving in Pisquid West that 40 cattle escaped their field around 4 p.m. off Route 22. 

The owner called police when he was unable to corral them before dark.  

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