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19 May 2011

Ethical consumerism can better animal welfare

The demand for cheap food has impacted on animal welfare standards on British farms, says British Veterinary Association (BVA) Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF) trustee, Sean Wensely.
Farmers Weekly Interactive
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19 May 2011

Expert panel to address radiologic impact on animals near Japan nuclear plant

The International Fund for Animal Welfare in April announced a team of radiation and animal rescue experts had been assembled to develop a plan for aiding animals inside the evacuation...
American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)
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19 May 2011

Live exports of animals back in business

Port of Ramsgate has taken on the live export of sheep and calves whilst Berth 1 at Dover is under maintenance, despite protests from locals and animal welfare supporters.
Compassion in World Farming (CIWF)
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18 May 2011

Japan to begin culling poultry in no-go zone

The Japanese government is to cull huge amounts of swine, cattle and poultry in the nuclear evacuation zone surrounding the country’s damaged nuclear plant, several news sources report.
WorldPoultry.net
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18 May 2011

BVA calls for total pre-stunned slaughter

The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has reinforced its opposition to slaughter without pre-stunning on welfare grounds, amid calls for meat to be labelled as stunned or non-stunned.
Farmers Weekly Interactive
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