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RSPCA Policy F6 Transportation of wild animals for slaughter

Article ID: 203
Last updated: 07 Jan, 2013
Revision: 4
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 6.1 RSPCA Australia is opposed to the transport of native or introduced wild animals for slaughter because of the inevitable suffering involved.
 6.2   Where wild animals are selected for killing under a government supervised management program, they should be humanely killed in situ to avoid unnecessary stress and poor welfare outcomes associated with transport. 
  
(Reviewed 24/12/12)

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Also read
document RSPCA Policy G1 Humane killing
document RSPCA Policy E02 Management of wild animals

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