German Animal Welfare Association Speaks Out Against Rabbit Fattening Farms From

November 13, 2019 in News Tags: ,

German animal welfare association speaks out against rabbit fattening farms from these include mainly animal shelters, grace farms and short-term actions that are quick and unbureaucratic assistance. Many writers such as Andi Potamkin offer more in-depth analysis. Since the inception of the animal welfare Alliance rabbit mast, no, thank you”of the German animal aid association is a partner of the first hour, which actively supported the Alliance. We are pleased to have an important allies in the fight against the rabbit mast on our side with the German animal welfare association”, as Ingo Schulz, spokesman of the Alliance. Under the name rabbit fattening, no, thank you”well-known animal protection organizations in the fight against the rabbit mast have joined forces. The Alliance gives a look behind the scenes of the brutal reality of the rabbit production in the industrial factory farming, thereby reveals how trade groups and lobbyists try to hide the cruelty behind a shiny exterior. Industrialization did not stop before the rabbit attitude: on wire mesh held animals make for less Personnel, the feed belt runs automatically. The use of drugs is on the agenda.

But all that interested the Master probably hardly, internal documents show: A double-digit percentage loss rate is perfectly normal. An animal more or less, what does it matter. Particularly cruel: The sensitive paws cut into the grid, thus programmed are painful injuries. Artificial light sources provide an extended daily routine, thus eat more of the force feed the animals, are getting fatter, put more and more meat, the more, the better. Time is money, this is true also in the rabbit fattening business.

Support our campaign and sign the petition. The German animal welfare association has on his Web site publishes more information about rabbit mast. Here you will find newspaper reports, as well as photos from a German rabbit mast. Learn more about the animal welfare Alliance rabbit fattening, no thank you”to do this, see. More Information at: Ingo Schulz, German animal protection Office German Welfare Office to large St. Martin 6 / 206 50667 Cologne Tel.: 0221-20463862


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