NEW ZEALAND: Dirty dairy farmers should be prosecuted, says group chairman
Ray Simpson, North Otago branch chairman of Dairy Farmers of New Zealand (DFNZ), has urged that dairy farmers who ignore stock droving by-laws be prosecuted. A small group of farmers are leaving roads splattered with dung, he said, and giving law-abiding farmers a bad name. Simpson's comments followed a meeting held last week between Federated Farmers representatives and Waitaki District Council to discuss issues associated with stock movement.
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