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Number   Alleged Offence (Particulars and Statute)




(1)      Between Saturday 12th January 2008 and Monday 14th January 2008
         at Land farmed by you, near Coton Hall Farm Hopwas Tamworth,
         Staffordshire you, being the person responsible for a protected
         animal (namely approx 500 sheep) did not take steps that were are
         reasonably expected in the circumstances to ensure that the needs
         of the said animals for which you were responsible were met to the
         extent required by good practice, namely the codes of
         recommendation for the welfare of livestock, sheep, paragraph 126
         which states “all sheep should be removed from areas that are in
         imminent danger of flooding.” Contrary to Section 9(1) of the Animal
         Welfare Act 2006




(2)      Between Sunday 7th September 2008 and Monday 8th September
         2008 at Land farmed by you, near Fisherwick Hall, Fisherwick Wood
         Lane Lichfield Staffordshire you, being the person responsible for a
         protected animal (namely approx 150 sheep) did not take steps that
         were reasonably expected in the circumstances to ensure that the
         needs of the said animals for which you were responsible are met to
         the extent required by good practice, namely the codes of
         recommendation for the welfare of livestock, sheep, paragraph 126
         which states “all sheep should be removed from areas that are in
         imminent danger of flooding.” Contrary to Section 9(1) of the Animal
         Welfare Act 2006



(3)      Between Tuesday 11th November 2008 and Thursday 13th November
         2008 at Land farmed by you, Barley Green Lane, Alrewas,
         Staffordshire you, being the person responsible for a protected
         animal (namely approx 330 sheep) did not take steps that were
         reasonably expected in the circumstances to ensure that the needs
         of the said animals for which you were responsible are met to the
         extent required by good practice, namely the codes of
         recommendation for the welfare of livestock, sheep, paragraph 126
         which states “all sheep should be removed from areas that are in
         imminent danger of flooding.” Contrary to Section 9(1) of the Animal
         Welfare Act 2006




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(4)   Between Monday 10th November 2008 and Wednesday 12th
      November 2008 at Land farmed by you, at Lichfield Road Hopwas Nr
      Tamworth, Staffordshire you, being the person responsible for a
      protected animal (namely approx 300 sheep) did not take steps that
      were reasonably expected in the circumstances to ensure that the
      needs of the said animals for which you were responsible are met to
      the extent required by good practice, namely the codes of
      recommendation for the welfare of livestock, sheep, paragraph 126
      which states “all sheep should be removed from areas that are in
      imminent danger of flooding.” Contrary to Section 9(1) of the Animal
      Welfare Act 2006




(5)   Between Sunday 14th December 2008 and Monday 15th December
      2008 at Land farmed by you, at Lichfield Road Hopwas Nr
      Tamworth, Staffordshire you, being the person responsible for a
      protected animal (namely approx 100 sheep) did not take steps that
      were reasonably expected in the circumstances to ensure that the
      needs of the said animals for which you were responsible are met to
      the extent required by good practice, namely the codes of
      recommendation for the welfare of livestock, sheep, paragraph 126
      which states “all sheep should be removed from areas that are in
      imminent danger of flooding.” Contrary to Section 9(1) of the Animal
      Welfare Act 2006



(6)   Between Sunday 14th December 2008 and Monday 15th December
      2008 at Land farmed by you, at Barley Green Lane, Alrewas,
      Staffordshire you, being the person responsible for a protected
      animal (namely approx 100 sheep) did not take steps that were
      reasonably expected in the circumstances to ensure that the needs
      of the said animals for which you were responsible are met to the
      extent required by good practice, namely the codes of
      recommendation for the welfare of livestock, sheep, paragraph 126
      which states “all sheep should be removed from areas that are in
      imminent danger of flooding.” Contrary to Section 9(1) of the Animal
      Welfare Act 2006




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