‘Cavalier’ pesticide use leads to £20,000 payout

A farm has been fined for criminally disregarding safety requirements when it trespassed into a garden to lay rabbit poison

Phostoxin is used to control rabbits. Photograph: Diliff CC BY-SA 3.0A Norfolk farming company has been ordered to pay more than £20,000 after it put people at risk of exposure to a toxic pesticide.

Norfolk Crown Court fined T Long and Company Ltd fined £15,000 with £4,967costs on 22 S

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