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News Section Icon Published 12/02/2008

Handle with Care campaign launched

Compassion in World Farming is playing a leading role in the 'Handle with Care' global campaign to stop the long distance transport of animals for slaughter.

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News Section Icon Published 08/02/2008

Disgust as Tesco sells chicken for £1.99

'Going cheap hurts chickens' was the strong message Compassion in World Farming took to a London Tesco store on Friday 8 February 2008.

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News Section Icon Published 22/01/2008

Ground-breaking agreement over UK male dairy calves

A new initiative has the potential to end the export of British calves and to ensure that they are reared in high welfare conditions in the UK.

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News Section Icon Published 22/01/2008

Tesco take significant step to reduce calf exports

The number of 'unwanted' dairy bull calves for export will now be reduced thanks to the UK's largest retailer, Tesco, announcing that calves from their dairy herds will not be allowed to be exported.

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News Section Icon Published 17/01/2008

US/EU divide on cloned animals

On January 15th 2008, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued its Guidance on food from cloned animals, saying that meat and milk from cloned cattle, goats or pigs "is as safe to eat as that from their more conventionally-bred…

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News Section Icon Published 11/01/2008

BBC Three's 'Kill It, Cook It, Eat It' focus on veal

As BBC Three's controversial 'Kill It, Cook It, Eat It' returned to our screens, Compassion in World Farming archive footage of calf rearing conditions shocked the audience into agreeing that British rose veal was the only ethical veal…

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News Section Icon Published 11/01/2008

Sainsbury's makes huge welfare commitment

Major UK supermarket, Sainsbury's, demonstrated their willingness to change following consumer demand by making a commitment which will improve the welfare of millions of hens and chickens.

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News Section Icon Published 10/01/2008

Neglect of horses on farm in Buckinghamshire

Compassion in World Farming is appalled at the news of the neglect of horses on a farm in Amersham, Buckinghamshire, resulting in the death of 32 horses and the mistreatment of many ponies and donkeys.

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News Section Icon Published 10/01/2008

2012 EU battery cage ban will be upheld

Battery cages will be banned in 2012 as European Commission rejects farmers' call for postponement.

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News Section Icon Published 08/01/2008

The Co-operative to go cage-free on eggs

The Co-operative has announced an end to the sale of eggs from caged hens. The move means that over half a million hens, supplying the Co-operative with eggs each year, will be kept out of cages.

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