Bicester livestock keeper breached animal health laws
Date of alert:
Friday, 15 July 2022
Thames Valley Police
A livestock keeper has been found guilty of breaching bovine TB and animal traceability rules.
Bicester livestock keeper, Martin Hall, who trades under KC Hall and Sons, was found guilty of 11 offences after a two-day trial at Oxford Magistrate’s Court.
Following a prosecution brought by Oxfordshire County Council’s trading standards.
Hall, aged 39, was found guilty of illegally moving cattle, without conducting important pre-movement TB testing, and failing to report cattle movements within three days.
In addition, Hall was also found guilty of moving livestock, without being an authorised transporter.