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Overview: Our investigations in Australia

18.05.2017 | Visiting Ouyen Saleyard

Sheep Saleyard Australia

Animals’ Angels visits Ouyen Livestock Exchange where approx. 8.000 sheep are for sale.  This is 10.000 less sheep than our last visit. The yard has appointed an Animal Welfare Officer to oversee activities by agents and...[more]

17.05.2017 | Visiting Mount Gambier Saleyard

Overcrowded Sheep Pen, Saleyard Australia

Animals’ Angels visit the yard where 902 cattle and 3130 sheep are for sale. Although the day is cool, the water troughs are clean and provide fresh water. It appears an improvement in the handling of cattle has occurred since...[more]

16.05.2017 | Visiting Naracoorte Saleyard

Overcrowded Sheep Transport, Australia

Animals’ Angels visit the yard where 741 cattle and 3936 sheep are for sale. Although the day is cool, the water troughs are clean and provide fresh water. The density of two pens of cattle prevent them easily reaching water....[more]

28.03.2017 | Visiting Dublin Saleyard

Sheep with Overgrown Claw, Saleyard Dublin, Australia.

Animals’ Angels return to Dublin saleyard where approx. 60-80 pigs and 13.000 sheep including 10.000 older lambs are for sale. The handling of the pigs is not acceptable. Two men in separate incidents hit moving pigs to force...[more]

20.03.2017 | Meeting with Chief Veterinary Officer in Victoria

Animals’ Angels meet with the Chief Veterinary Officer and Principal Animal Health Officer to discuss the systemic animal welfare problems in saleyards/markets in Victoria. They are aware their Animal Welfare Officers are not...[more]

15.03.2017 | Visiting Mundijong Animal Market

Inspection of Mundijong Animal Market, Australia

Animals’ Angels attend the Mundijong Market several poultry birds, a peacock, rabbits and guinea pigs are for sale. The temperature today is approx. 23°C and much cooler than in the previous days. We note some small chicks...[more]

03.03.2017 | Meeting with West-Australien Department for Agriculture

Animals’ Angels meet with two new Dept of Ag and Food WA appointees. One is responsible for Animal Welfare Regulation in Western Australia and the other looks after communication to industry. We discuss a range of welfare...[more]

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