CIWF_ORG_UK - 2020 - COMPASSION IN WORLD FARMING INTERNATIONAL TRUSTEES’ ANNUAL REPORT AND ACCOUNTS 2019-2020. THE LIVERPOOL LAW REVIEW 26/05/20 Planning and Animal Welfare Law: Considering Why Planning Authorities in the Republic of Ireland Should have Regard to Animal Welfare Laws as Part of the Planning Process. MANCHESTER METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY - JUNE 2018 - MEASURING BEHAVIOR 2018. DEARI-NI_GOV_UK 19/12/19 Animal welfare service delivery statistical bulletin 2018. DEFRA 24/04/19 Guidance - Animal welfare - Advice and guidance on protecting animal welfare on farms, in transport, at markets and at slaughter.
ANIMALS 29/03/19 Brexit and Animal Welfare Impact Assessment: Analysis of the Threats Brexit Poses to Animal Protection in the UK, EU and Internationally. 4.1.
GOV_UK 07/02/18 Statistical data set - Animal on-farm welfare inspections in Great Britain. DEFRA 26/07/16 Animal welfare inspections on farm. DEFRA 17/12/15 Farm animal welfare codes reform Government response on the reform of farm animal welfare codes (17 December 2015) DEFRA 09/11/15 Animal Health and Welfare framework: 2015 to 2017. FSA - JANV 2015 - Results of the 2013 animal welfare survey in Great Britain. DEFRA 29/05/13 Welfare of animals at the time of killing. Summary of responses This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.
Request a different format. If you use assistive technology and need a version of this document in a more accessible format please email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting your address, telephone number along with the title of the publication ("Summary of responses"). This document provides a summary of the 446 responses received. Original consultation This consultation ran from 13 September 2012 12:00am to24 October 2012 11:45pm Summary This consultation invited views on proposals to implement Council Regulation (EC) 1099/2009 on the protection of animals at the time of killing, in England, with effect from 1 January 2013. Consultation document If you use assistive technology and need a version of this document in a more accessible format please email email@example.com quoting your address, telephone number along with the title of the publication ("Consultation document"). Impact Assessment.
SMALLHOLDER 06/02/14 Halal meat consumers urged to consider animal welfare. Halal meat consumers urged to consider animal welfare 8:54am Thursday 6th February 2014 in News The owners of one of the UK's first halal organic smallholdings are calling on British Muslims to become more aware about where their meat comes from.
Willowbrook Farm in Hampton Gay, Oxfordshire, spans 45 acres (18 hectares) of land. Everything produced, from the goose eggs to the grass-fed lamb, is organic. The Radwan family decided to set up the business in 2002 after becoming disillusioned with the lack of organic meat options available to Muslims. "We felt neither the welfare side of taking care of animals or the ritual side of mentioning God's name was observed very well in the modern food industry," said Lutfi, a former geography lecturer, who spent a year inspecting farms in Sudan. He had dreamt of rearing his own animals and crops, bringing together his religious values and love of nature.
The UK halal meat market is estimated to be worth about £3bn. People who read this article also read. MEAT INFO 26/07/13 Study reveals impact of EU animal welfare policies on UK. The report is the first published under the European Union Balance of Competences Review, which is examining the impact that membership of the EU has on UK national interests.
It was developed by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and draws on evidence submitted by non-governmental organisations, businesses, MPs and other interested parties. Pointing out that the EU is the biggest market for UK agricultural exports, accounting for 69% of total export value, the report concluded that “the internal [EU] market produced real benefits for the UK”. However, it raised concerns over animal disease legislation, stating that civil society organisations had called for “increased flexibility in EU legislation” for the control of animal disease to allow individual member states to take national circumstances into account.
All respondents called for animal health, welfare and food law to be risk-based. Animals, Vol. 3, 2013 Pages 629-646: The Challenges to Improve Farm Animal Welfare in the United Kingdom by Reducing Disease Inc. Open AccessThis article isfreely availablere-usable Comment Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, Roslin Institute and the University of Edinburgh, Easter Bush Veterinary Centre, Roslin, Midlothian, EH25 9RG, UK Received: 5 June 2013; in revised form: 1 July 2013 / Accepted: 4 July 2013 / Published: 10 July 2013 Simple Summary: Sick cattle and sheep are often treated by farmers without prior veterinary examination and, as a consequence, incorrect diagnoses and inappropriate therapies are common, but these failings largely go undetected and unreported.
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Many farmers maintain that market forces render veterinary care of individual sick sheep and cattle too expensive.
PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question P-009897-13 Rights of ports regarding trade in live animals. DEFRA 11/04/13 Advice and guidance on protecting animal welfare on farms, in transport, at markets and at slaughter. This guide provides advice on the legislation and codes of practice designed to protect animal welfare on farms, in transport, at markets and at slaughter.
On-farm animal welfare. FSA 22/07/13 Animal health and welfare and food safety report published. DEFRA - Farm Animal Welfare Committee. The Farm Animal Welfare Committee (FAWC) is an expert committee of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and the Devolved Administrations in Scotland and Wales.
It was established on 1 April 2011 following a review of public bodies. The Committee provides advice to Defra and the Devolved Administrations in Scotland and Wales on the welfare of farmed animals, including farmed animals on agricultural land, at market, in transit and at the place of killing. 7 April 2014 – FAWC has issued a Consultation on CCTV and other monitoring and verification methods in slaughterhouses. FAWC was asked by UK Governments to review the methods for monitoring live animal handling, stunning and killing processes with regard to farm animal welfare at the slaughterhouse. Deadline for responses is 16 May 2014.