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Deciding which proposed animal welfare standards will become regulation and which will become 'guidance' is a priority concern for DairyNZ.
Livestock farmers will never be able to satisfy "extremists" such as SAFE because they are opposed completely to animal farming, says NZPork chairman Ian Carter.
Burger King NZ will start to use free range eggs in its restaurants, New Zealand wide from September 1.
The Minister for Primary Industries, Nathan Guy, says the proposed animal welfare regulations now out for consultation are very important for the NZ primary sector.
DCANZ welcomes the consultation by MPI on the proposed animal welfare regulations for care and conduct and surgical and painful procedures.
The Government is seeking feedback on proposed regulations to further strengthen our animal welfare system.
The eight organisations that formed a Bobby Calf Action Group at the end of 2015 are well advanced on a range of initiatives ensuring best practice handling and management of bobby calves.
- bobby calves
- bobby calf
- Ministry for Primary Industries
- DAIRY COMPANIES ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEALAND
- MEAT INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
- Federated Farmers
- NEW ZEALAND PETFOOD MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION
- animal welfare
- animal health
- ROAD TRANSPORT FORUM
- New Zealand veterinary association
- BOBBY CALF ACTION GROUP
- SCOTT GALLACHER
The Ministry of Primary Industries has begun an advertising campaign encouraging people to let it know if they come across the mis-treatment of livestock.
The Ministry for Primary Industries is investigating the alleged mistreatment of bobby calves that were the subject of a television programme last night following receipt of footage that was aired on the programme.
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