Enforcement officer with the Department of Agriculture, Danny Grey, said the case was the worst he had seen
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Enforcement officer: Saintfield cruelty case "worst in 15 years"

An enforcement officer with the Department of Agriculture in Northern Ireland has called an animal cruelty case "the worst we have ever had to deal with".

Danny Grey was said 75 animals had to be put down.

On Monday, two County Down farmers were jailed for four months after vets had to put down animals kept on their farm in Saintfield, County Down.

Father and son, Stanley Porter Snr and Stanley Porter Jnr, aged 80 and 44, were convicted on animal cruelty charges.