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The court heard the animals would have been worth around IR£15 each in the UK because of the BSE problem but were valued at over IR£100 in this country.

Det Garda Spain said Stritch denied having any calves from the North when he was first approached in April 2001, during the foot-and-mouth crisis.

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He pleaded guilty on 22 sample summonses and the remainder were taken into account by the court.

Det Garda Derek Spain, from the National Bureau of Criminal Investigation, said that the calves were imported from Northern Ireland after Stritch replied to an advertisement in the Farmers Journal.

In a case described as the biggest of its kind in the State, Peter Stritch (36), from Ballisle, Clonlara, was before the court on 111 summonses dating from October 2000 to January 2001.With the arrival of tinder & dating apps, night clubs in the country are struggling to survive as over the past few months, a few high profile ones have closed their doors.Social Dancing is not only holding its own but also growing in popularity. Speech Broadcaster of the Year Damien O' Reilly and the Country Wide team feature the events, people and happenings that bring colour and life to communities, towns and villages across the country.Stritch also admitted failing to keep a register of animals on his farm as well several offences relating to ear-tags for the animals.In imposing his sentence Judge O'Donnell said it was clear the whole enterprise was motivated by nothing but greed.

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