Desmond and Allan Traeger did not appear in the Elizabeth Magistrates Court docket on Tuesday, accused of the mistreatment of thirty animals involving August 27 and December 4, 2018.

The offences have been alleged to have taken place at Rocky Plains, Australia Plains and Bower.

The males are charged with sick-dealing with a few, emaciated calves at Rocky Plains involving November 13 and 27, 2018 by failing to provide acceptable and satisfactory meals.

All a few have been located “in an enclosure with a deceased calf,” a demand sheet reads.

A further calf, also at Rocky Plains, was located in a “poor human body condition” and was also enclosed with a deceased calf.

The RSPCA claim the males, involving August 27 and November 27 at Australia Plains, sick-handled an emaciated sheep by allowing for it to have “severely overgrown fleece” and it had to be place down.

The agency also accuses the males of sick-dealing with a bull at Bower, involving November 13 and 27, which was located in an “emaciated and dehydrated condition” and had to be euthanised.

“The animal was positioned in an emaciated issue and was in a recumbent place and not able to increase,” the sheet reads.

A cow was also allegedly located at Bower with an overgrown horn penetrating it is cranium when a further 23 cows, either at Bower or Australia Plains, have been located in an emaciated issue involving October 27 and December 4, 2018.

The animals have been seized in December, 2018.

Both males are also charged of hindering an inspector in the exercising of their powers on December 4, 2018 at Rocky Plains, by transferring cattle from a keeping region to one more spot on the residence “thereby making the investigation and seizure of animals additional difficult”.”

The make any difference has been set for trial at the Elizabeth Magistrates Court docket on October 21 and 22.

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