A cow is tested for TB© Tim Scrivener
A North Yorkshire livestock farmer has been fined £660 for failing to have his cattle tested for bovine TB. Paul Parvin, from Sessay, near Thirsk, was found guilty at Northallerton Magistrates’ Court on Monday (23 October) of breaching disease control regulations by failing to test his cattle for the disease. North Yorkshire County Council prosecuted Mr Parvin following an investigation by officers from its Trading Standards team. See also: Photos – how to badger-proof your farm It followed a referral […]
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