The latest issue of our Industry Update Newsletter is out! Read all about the best-practice ideas we are trying to spread to industry. Update January 2015 … [Read more...] about Latest issue of our Industry Update Newsletter is out!
For many people, the world would be a nicer place if there were no slaughterhouses. But the fact of the matter is that they will not be phased out any time soon as the vast majority of people around the world consume and use animal products. Isn't it good that some slaughterhouses are taking action now to at least reduce stress and suffering ? Both Toennies and Euro Meat … [Read more...] about Compliments to Tönnies and Euro Meat Group slaughterhouses
"Giving Milk a Good Shake- looking at better ways of producing dairy" is the new report that we released today. It identifies the current problems Eyes on Animals inspectors observed during our visits of the dairy industry, with a specific focus on the Netherlands. It covers life on the farm, the fate of the calves, cull cows being sold at markets, long-distance transport … [Read more...] about Eyes on Animals release report on dairy cattle industry in the Netherlands
Eyes on Animals organized a two-day seminar in Turkey on 'How to Reduce Suffering During Slaughter'. We did this together with the Animal Welfare Foundation and the student veterinarian club from the Istanbul University. The training-seminar was held at the Veterinarian Faculty of the University of Istanbul. We invited Turkish slaughterhouse managers and … [Read more...] about Training – seminar on reducing suffering during slaughter in Turkey
Brussels, 24 juli 2014 - Urgent ban needed on imports of horsemeat sold under EU label. Animal welfare coalition calls on the European Commission for a ban on horsemeat imports to stop the torturous production in North and South America. The international animal welfare coalition, formed by Tierschutzbund Zürich (Switzerland), Animal Welfare Foundation (Germany), Animals’ … [Read more...] about Urgent ban needed on imports of horsemeat sold under EU label