£65,000 fine comes before the egg
One of the largest egg producers in the UK has been fined a total of £65,000 for operating without the required environmental permitsLincolnshire company L J Fairburn ran five sites across the county between 1 February 2007 and 17 February 2012, each containing more than 40,000 birds, without having the appropriate authorisation, S
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