A cow is tested for TB© Tim Scrivener
A Northern Irish farmer has been fined £1,500 for twice failing to present all his cattle for bovine TB testing, and one charge of failure to notify the deaths of nine cattle. Robert Stewart Armstrong, Gorteen, Tempo, Enniskillen pleaded guilty to both charges at Enniskillen Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday (8 November), and also had to pay a £15 offender levy. See also: Badgers to be tested for bovine TB in NI hotspots “The control of bovine TB is dependent on […]
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