So, here we have it. The industry really cares about its animals. So much so that it will truck them to Fremantle Port, load them on a ship prone to mechanical failure, let them sit for 12 days in (and a bit out of) port often in very high temperatures whilst said failures are addressed, take them out to sea to get everything looking nice for a RSPCA visit (or the VALE visit that didnt happen!), then unload them (risking Australian biosecurity), truck them back to the feedlot then after a month, load them back onto trucks (at least one of which was loaded appallingly as witnessed by VALE at Fremantle Port on Saturday 13th Feb), take them back to Fremantle Port to be reloaded on another boat.....to go long haul to the Middle East.
Yep, no doubt about it, animal welfare is a real priority for this industry.
17/2/2016 07:17:05 am
Ban all live animal export.
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