The State Government is warning livestock owners to move their cattle to higher ground ahead of this weekend’s wild weather in north and central Queensland.
Primary Industries Minister Tim Mulherin says residents can check with the RSPCA if they are unsure what to do with their animals.
He says livestock should be properly identified and is cautioning owners to be careful when moving their cattle.
“Animals tend to become jittery,” Mr Mulherin said.
“They seem to have a sense of pending danger, so I’d urge people to be careful when dealing with stock.”