Suppressions on three criminal charges admitted by Ewen Macdonald have lapsed.
Macdonald, 32, was found not guilty last month of killing his brother-in-law Scott Guy after a month long trial at the High Court in Wellington.
During the trial it was revealed that Macdonald had admitted to setting fire to Scott and Kylee Guy's old house in 2008, the vandalism of their new home in 2009, and to poaching trophy stags from a nearby farm then burying the carcasses on the Guy property.
ONE News can now reveal three other charges Macdonald admitted
It has been revealed that Macdonald went into a cattle pen under the cover of darkness and killed 19 calves with what is believed to be a ball-peen hammer in August 2007.
Macdonald has also admitted that just the night before he destroyed a vat of milk at a neighbouring farm.
And a year later, he burned down a duck shooter's hut belonging to the same farmer.
Macdonald pleading guilty to the charges in court last year.
All of the charges were suppressed out of concern they would unfairly influence the jury at his murder trial, but lapsed today following inquiries from ONE News.
A sentencing date for the six charges will be set in September.