Environment Southland has cancelled the cease and desist notices it issued to farmers for breaching the winter grazing rules. Last month the regional council issued abatement notices to several farmers after it deemed rules were being broken. The notices told farmers to stop winter grazing immediately. A report from Environment Southland resource management manager Donna Ferguson, says all five abatement notices have been cancelled because the recipients have now undertaken appropriate actions to become compliant with the rules.
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