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In Brittany, the Cooperl breeders cooperative has set up industrial and marketing techniques which make it possible to avoid castrating piglets.
Animal welfare: the French cooperative where piglets are not castrated
28 February 2020
A shocking investigation reveals once again the cruelty behind some pig farms in North Italy.
Shocking investigation on a pig farm in North Italy
21 February 2020
The Netherlands ships millions of live animals to the other side of the world every year.
The Netherlands is the largest animal trader in the world
17 February 2020
Janusz Wojciechowski, the EU’s agriculture commissioner, wants to crack down on the environmental impact of intensive animal farming, but apart from support from animal welfare groups, his calls have so far met with mixed reactions.
EU agriculture chief under pressure over bid to trim intensive pig farming
17 February 2020
There is a urgent need for EU action against antimicrobial resistance (AMR)
A European One Health Action Plan against Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)
12 February 2020
The Vietnamese pigs of Tarragona will be relocated to a sanctuary thanks to the ethical and responsible management agreement between the town hall and the ADAT and FAADA entities.
Collaboration with local authorities brings ethical solution for Vietnamese pig colony in Tarragona
11 February 2020
Slaughterhouses have great difficulty recruiting staff. And the government supervision of slaughterhouses has been failing for years. But the extreme cost-price drive of meat production is at the root of the structural nature of these terrible incidents.
Slaughterhouses need more than video surveillance
3 February 2020
The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) launches the second phase of its awareness campaign focusing on the role of travellers as carriers of African swine fever and how they can avoid spreading it.
Lunar new year: Travel responsibly to avoid carrying African Swine Fever virus
31 January 2020
Researchers worry about the "growing influence [of the lobbies of animal husbandry] in public decisions which takes on a worrying dimension for our democracy"
130 researchers warn in open letter to better protect whistleblowers in France
29 January 2020
Denmark’s industrial pig farms are stunningly productive, but there is another side to their success
Danish bacon: what happens when you push pigs to the limit?
24 December 2019
Welcome to our monthly roundup of the biggest issues in farming and food production, with must-read reports from around the web
Animals farmed: Dutch reach 'peak pig'; plea to reprieve sheep; and virtual reality for cows
3 December 2019
Une battue record a eu lieu mercredi dernier aux alentours de La-Croix-aux-Bois en forêt domaniale. Un chasseur s’est dit choqué face à ce qu’il estime être un « carnage ».
Belgian hunter denounces "carnage" in the Ardennes: 158 boars killed in one morning
29 November 2019