Project management

Documentations: Dairy industry and tethered housing

NoCover: No Milk Today. Let's Talk about CowsNo Milk Today. Let’s Talk about Cows. 2012

This document deals with cows. It's not about the milk, not about the consumer, not about worldwide sales markets. It's about the privileges of farmers and their statutory license to abuse dairy cows. [PDF]

Cover: Tie Stall Housing Systems on Dairy FarmsTie Stall Housing Systems on Dairy Farms, 2009

Keeping dairy cows in tie stall housing systems contradicts welfare guidelines as well as legally binding regulations. However, it is still common practice in many European member states. [PDF]

Cover: Compilation Report in Dairy CowsCompilation Report on 'Dairy' Cows, 2007-2008

Over recent years, Animals' Angels has inspected a large number of animal transports carrying 'dairy' cows in different European countries. This review report offers an insight into the condition of animals who spend their entire lives giving birth and producing milk in a piece work basis. [PDF]

Cover: Problems in Dairy Cows at Livestock Markets in SpainProblems Observed in Dairy Cows at Livestock Markets in Spain, 2004-2006

Animals' Angels has been monitoring livestock markets in Spain since 2004. At these markets we have been observing huge problems with dairy cattle. We can say that most of them are in poor condition. [PDF]

Cover: Monitoring Livestock Market Rates, PortugalA Livestock Market in Portugal. Monitoring the Market of San Pedro de Rates, Portugal, 2005-2006

Animals' Angels documents the condition of 'dairy' cows on the livestock market in San Pedro de Rates. Huge animal welfare problems have been continuously observed. [PDF]

Cover: Leeuwarden Main ReportLeeuwarden Main Report, 2005-2006

In Holland, many weak and injured 'dairy' cows are not being transported directly to slaughter but instead first to livestock markets. The cattle market in Leeuwarden raises a serious welfare concern. [PDF]

Cover: Utrecht Main ReportUtrecht Main Report, 2001-2006

In Holland, many weak and injured 'dairy' cows are not being transported directly to slaughter but instead first to livestock markets. The cattle market in Utrecht raises a serious welfare concern. [PDF]