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Scottish Natural Heritage have released a statement to ITV Border describing the risk of crayfish transfer to silage bales as "very small."
A meeting has been held in Galloway to highlight the impact of non-native crayfish.
The problem has existed at Loch Ken for a number of years, and now it's affecting farmers in the area.
Watch the full report from Fiona McIlwraith below.
A meeting has been called to discuss the impact that North American crayfish are having on farms around Loch Ken.
The non-native species is causing problems in cattle feed and is said to have almost completely destroyed the biodiversity of the Loch.