New Delhi, December 18, 2018: World Animal Protection urges the government to implement “The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Egg Laying Hens) Rules, 2017 and The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Broiler Chicken) Rules, 2017 drafted by the Law Commission.
On World Animal Day today, World Animal Protection is urging the dairy companies to work towards ending cruelty in the dairy sector. A World Animal Protection team recently visited many urban and peri - urban dairies in Delhi and found that the animals were being kept in appalling conditions.
World Animal Protection has been engaging with the central government, various state governments and companies to ensure better welfare practices are being implemented across the dairy sector in India. The engagement has started showing results.
NORTH AMERICA - Today, iconic brands Burger King and Tim Hortons announce a landmark commitment to improve the lives of chickens farmed for their restaurants in the United States and Canada by 2024 after working with World Animal Protection.
Our global Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare (BBFAW) shows some companies prioritising the well being of animals in their supply chains, while several major fast food chains have yet to acknowledge farm animal welfare as a business issue.
60 billion chickens are bred for their meat each year, and many are farmed in row upon row of overcrowded steel cages, causing them significant pain and stress. Today we launch Change for chickens - our campaign to help end the secret suffering of factory-grown chickens