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8th July 2019

The UK Centre for Animal Law (A-law) and Liverpool John Moores University are proud to host their second Animal Law, Ethics and Policy Conference 2019. The conference will take place over two days at Liverpool John Moores University in Liverpool on...
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A-LAW

8th July 2019

Prevention: the most important word in our name We work 365 days a year, 24 hours a day rescuing all animals from all types from abuse, neglect, and injury. But we never forget the most important word in our name: prevention. Our vision is a...
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RSPCA

7th July 2019

  When the film “Free Willy” played in cinemas in 1993, animal lovers celebrated the scene where Willy, an orca long held in captivity, finally broke free. This captivating, uplifting climax of the film saw Willy leaping through the water, through...
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A-LAW

5th July 2019

Investigating superbugs, flu, malaria, rabies and tuberculosis. World Zoonoses Day celebrates the first vaccination against rabies - a zoonotic disease i.e. an infectious disease that can be spread between animals and people - successfully...
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University of Edinburgh

5th July 2019

Keeping the sport horse on the road will be the theme for the final day at this year’s BEVA Congress 11-14 September 2019. The session on Saturday 14 September will bring together leading vets, farriers and physiotherapists for an holistic look at...
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Veterinary Practice

4th July 2019

Professor Johan Aerts, Head of the Stress Physiology Research Group (StressChron), explains why reducing stress in farmed fish is an essential way to optimise aquaculture sustainability. For four decades, aquaculture has been the fastest growing...
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The Fish Site

2nd July 2019

Yesterday (Monday 1st July), we presented a new report at an All-Party Parliamentary Group event on Turning the Food System Round. Far-reaching changes for our food system Policy-makers are beginning to recognise that far-reaching changes in UK...
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Compassion in world farming

30th June 2019

We are delighted to announce that Lidl is the first British retailer to voluntarily introduce a method of production label on its fresh chicken products. The discount retailer will be trialling the labels on all of its fresh chicken across Scotland...
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Compassion in world farming

28th June 2019

With demand rising globally, octopus farming is developing apace – but, mindful of both the animals’ welfare and concerns around sustainability, should we be scaling it up at all? Although it’s been a controversial subject of late, there’s no doubt...
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The Fish Site

28th June 2019

Yesterday (27th June), our Good Farm Animal Welfare Awards ceremony took place in Brussels, where market leading food companies from across the globe were celebrated and awarded for their commitment to higher farm animal welfare. A united movement...
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Compassion in world farming

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