Live transport & live export
22 page report from 2008
Each year, around six million farm animals are transported huge distances across Europe, some for slaughter, others for further fattening. Many of these journeys, which involve extensive suffering, take over 30 hours; the worst take over 70 hours.
16 page report from 2006.
This booklet outlines the World Organisation for Animal Health's (OIE's) international guidelines on land transportation of animals. It will be valuable for farmers, market managers, hauliers, truck drivers, slaughterhouse staff, government officials and all persons involved in the transport of animals by land.
20 page report from 2005.
'Stop the Bull Ship' report on the subsidies funding the trade in live cattle from the EU and welfare issues during transport, handling and slaughter in the Middle East. The payment of these subsidies ended in December 2005 following a Compassion in World Farming campaign.
8 page report from 2003.
Illustrated fold-out with large map showing routes of live farm animals transported for slaughter within and from Europe, including numbers of animals, distances and journey times.
12 page report from 2000.
Booklet with maps, detailing different routes of live animal transport for slaughter in Europe of horses and donkeys, sheep (including slaughter conditions), pigs and calves.
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