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Published on stuff.co.nz 15/7/19

https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/farming/114250382/northland-farmer-banned-from-owning-cattle-and-fined-5000-over-animal-cruelty

A Northland farmer has been banned from owning cows for two years after being found guilty of a range of animal welfare offences.

Kenneth Charles Wood, 62, was sentenced at Whangarei District Court last week and fined $5000.

Wood was prosecuted by the Ministry for Primary Industries after it received a complaint about the state of some of the cattle on his Oruawharo property.

MPI said it was an avoidable situation where animals had suffered unnecessarily as a result of Wood failing to ensure his cattle’s physical health and daily needs were met. 

Wood was also ordered to pay court and vet costs of $655.