Animal inspectors found rotting carcasses at farm

Albert Nelson, 76, failed to dispose of dead sheep around his farm in Broughton near Preston, and his animals had access to raw meat, Preston Magistrates Court heard.

Albert Nelson, 76, failed to dispose of dead sheep around his farm in Broughton near Preston, and his animals had access to raw meat, Preston Magistrates Court heard.

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A farmer has admitted leaving rotting carcasses around his farm, which could have led to a serious disease outbreak.

Albert Nelson, 76, failed to dispose of dead sheep around his farm in Broughton and his 
animals had access to raw meat, Preston Magistrates’ Court heard.

Graphic photographs
taken by inspectors showed rotting carcasses dumped in wheelie bins, trailers, under metal sheeting and even in 
an animal pen at Bank Hall Farm.

 

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