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WASHINGTON, June 29, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Animal Welfare Institute (AWI) is encouraging grocery store and restaurant chains to monitor the animal welfare record of their meat suppliers and refuse to deal with any company that repeatedly violates humane standards.
Agency announces new measures that will better ensure humane treatment of cattle presented for processing Washington, DC (Vocus/PRWEB) December 22, 2010 The USDAâ€™s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) today announced several measures that will better ensure the humane treatment and slaughter of all cattle presented for processing at FSIS-inspected facilities. â€œUnder this Administration, we have significantly strengthened our ability to enforce the Humane Methods of...
Illegal drug residues found in animals sold for human consumption SILVER SPRING, Md., Feb.
Animal control officials in New York said a cow that escaped from a slaughterhouse and led police on a 10-block chase will not be returned for slaughter.
Sickly and hurt cows will not be permitted to walk into U.S. slaughterhouses, the Agriculture Department announced on Saturday, a year after the U.S.â€™s biggest meat recall inspired the change.
HONOLULU, Feb. 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Misleading labels on pork products are causing Hawaii residents and tourists to unwittingly participate in inhumane practices against animals.
CANANDAIGUA ACADEMY WILL NOT SLAUGHTER CHICKENS! New York State Education Department Denies Application to 'Terminate Life.' MACHIPONGO, Va., Dec.
European Union regulators are currently exploring new guidelines to govern the methods used by slaughterhouses to stun and kill cattle, pigs and poultry.
By Gary Marks REDDITCH vegetarians and vegans are hosting a talk about protecting sea life. Next Wednesday, a speaker from the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society will explain how the group is trying to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife in the world's oceans.
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