The Norwegian Food Safety Authority is closing down farmers' animal husbandry for the second time in Norway

Published Sep 16, 2021

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A farmer on Nord-Jæren broke a ban on owning and caring for animals. Thus, the Norwegian Food Safety Authority must phase out animal husbandry for the second time. - The farmer is banned from activity because he has repeatedly, over many years, cared poorly for animals, writes Hege Robberstad, senior communications adviser at the Norwegian Food Safety Authority, South and West region in a press release to Stavanger Aftenblad. Animal husbandry was also abolished in 2018. At that time, the farmer had a several-year-old ban on farming with production animals.

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Today, animal husbandry consists of about 125 cattle. It was last summer that the Norwegian Food Safety Authority reported the farmer for violating the activity ban. The farmer has tried the case in two courts, but has not been successful. He claims to Aftenbladet that it is not his animal and that he has not owned animals since 2013. According to Aftenbladet, the farmer on Tuesday sent a request for a temporary injunction to Sør-Rogaland District Court, where he requests that the ...
Source: Bondebladet
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