Project management

Overview: Our investigations in Australia

14.02.2018 | Visiting Warrnambool Saleyard

Skinny ‚Milk' Cows at Warrnambool Saleyard, Australia

Animals‘ Angels visits Warrnambool saleyards where mostly cattle and occasionally small numbers of sheep are traded. Today, about 1.100 cattle and calves are for sale.  The walkways for the traders are roofed, but the pens...[more]

13.02.2018 | Visiting Ballarat Saleyard

Sheep at Saleyard in Australia

Animals‘ Angels visits Ballarat saleyard. 30.000 sheep are for sale today. The sheep pens are neither roofed nor equipped with water troughs. This is problematic, especially due to temperatures of up to 28 °C and high density...[more]

12.02.2018 | Visiting Mortlake Saleyard

Narrow Bull Stalls at Saleyard in Australia

For the first time, Animals‘ Angels visits Mortlake cattle saleyard. Today is the third animal sale since the newly built yard has been recently completed. The infrastructure is very modern: the roof offers air circulation and...[more]

07.02.2018 | Visiting two Saleyards in Western Australia

Thousands of Sheep inside Roofed Hall, Saleyard Western-Australia

Over the course of three days, Animals‘ Angels visits two Saleyards in Western Australia. During that time, more than 46.000 sheep and lambs as well as 1.650 cattle are being sold. The high numbers reflect the dimension of the...[more]

16.12.2017 | Visiting Tarameade Poultry Market

Poultry Cages at Tarameade Poultry Market, Australia

Animals’ Angels visit Tarameade poultry market for the first time. The caging is a very high standard, with each cage having sufficient room for the bird to stand naturally, sufficient room to move and with water...[more]

14.12.2017 | Visiting Colac Saleyard

Cattle Pens, Saleyard Colac, Australia

Animals’ Angels visit Colac Regional Saleyard where a number of cattle and dairy cows, 2 calves and 30 sheep are for sale. We observe some dairy calves are thin and their udders are leaking milk. The calves are fit to transport...[more]

13.12.2017 | Visiting Leongatha Saleyard

Animals’ Angels visit Leongatha saleyard. The sign on the front of the facility states “Diseased and crippled animals will not be accepted”. It appears this is not the case because we document a cow with a red and swollen right...[more]

Displaying results ###SPAN_BEGIN###%s to %s out of ###SPAN_BEGIN###%s
<< First < Previous 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-35 36-42 43-49 Next > Last >>