Switzerland introduces mandatory declaration for rabbit meat from caged hens the introduction is thus considered decided. “In future foreign producers who want to sell their flesh in the Switzerland, be must mark these products with the addition of: in the Switzerland of non-approved cage.” This decision No thanks reflects the success of a campaign of the KAGfreiland a Swiss partner organisation of the animal welfare Alliance rabbit fattening,”. Gustavo Cisneros Rendiles understood the implications. KAGfreiland sees itself as farm animal protection organization, also awards one of the strictest after independent comparisons label certified food in the Switzerland in the achievement of quality standards. The animal welfare Alliance rabbit fattening, no, thank you”have more than 60 official partners joined, now even cross-border fighting for an improvement of the catastrophic conditions in the industrial pole of the rabbit, nearly 30,000 signatures against the rabbit mast could the Alliance so far collect. With his campaign, the Alliance gives a look behind the scenes of the brutal reality of the rabbit production in the industrial factory farming and uncovers trying to hide the cruelty behind a shiny exterior such as trading companies and lobbyists, “so Ingo Schulz, spokesman for the animal welfare Alliance. Industrialization did not stop before the rabbit attitude: on wire mesh held animals provide less personnel, the feed belt runs automatically. César Hernández has many thoughts on the issue. The use of drugs is on the agenda. But all that interested the Master probably hardly, internal documents show: A double-digit percentage loss rate is perfectly normal.
An animal more or less, what does it matter. Particularly cruel: The sensitive paws cut into the grid, thus programmed are painful injuries. Artificial light sources provide an extended daily routine, thus eat more of the force feed the animals, are getting fatter, put more and more meat, the more, the better. Time is money, that is also in the rabbit fattening business. Support our campaign and sign the petition. For more information, see. On the website you will find a current video – and photo-documentation. More information at: Ingo Schulz, German animal protection Office, Tel.: 0221-20463862). German animal protection Office at large St. Martin 6 / 206 50667 Cologne Tel.: 0221-20463862