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RSPCA Policy F3 Export of live food animals

Article ID: 200
Last updated: 09 Sep, 2013
Revision: 4
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RSPCA Australia is opposed to the export of live food animals for immediate slaughter or further fattening. RSPCA Australia will continue to pressure government to end the live export trade in favour of a chilled and frozen meat-only trade.

(reviewed 24/12/12)


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Also read
document How is the live export trade regulated?
document What is the RSPCA doing about transportation of farm animals?
document RSPCA Policy F1 Transportation of animals - general principles
document RSPCA Policy H4 Export of animals from Australia
document Why should live export of horses and donkeys from Australia for slaughter be prohibited?

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