The wildfire burning south west of Bragg Creek is still out of control, but it's smaller than first thought.

It's now estimated to be 60 hectares in size, down from the initially estimated 100 hectares.

The MD of Foothills says, anyone with livestock west of Highway 762 may want to make arrangements to relocate their animals while conditions are still favourable.

If a mandatory evacuation has to be put in place, livestock owners won't be allowed to go get their animals in the affected areas.

The MD says, winds are light at the wildfire, and there's minimal fire activity seen along the perimeter.

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