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Farmer fined 100 thousand rubles in Amur region

Farmer fined 100 thousand rubles in Amur region
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The Rosselkhoznadzor has finished checking on the fact of mass deaths of pigs in one of the farms of the Amur Region. The culprit was the farmer, who received fines of 100 thousand rubles.

According to AmurInfo, the incident happened in April: in one of the farms of the Zeya region, pigs died en masse... After checking, it turned out that the animals were kept with violations. Four administrative cases were brought against the head of the farm.

The pig feed was not certified. The animals themselves moved around the territory without restrictions, they could drink water from puddles. Nobody treated them from parasites. Also, biological waste was stored and disposed of with violations.

A total of 79 dead pigs were found on the farm. And the death itself lasted four days. It was necessary to report the mass death to the veterinary service within 24 hours, but the farmer did not do this.

 


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