Many of Australia’s free range chicken meat farms are accredited by FREPA, a not-for-profit, member-based organisation established in 1993, and focused on independent accreditation of animal welfare, traceability and production standards of free range eggs and poultry. To be accredited, members must demonstrate an understanding of land care, environmental, biosecurity and animal welfare issues, and animal diseases.
ACGC Submission to Perishable Agricultural Goods Inquiry
In late 2020 the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) conducted the Perishable Agricultural Goods Inquiry,…read more
The need for stronger legislation against illegal farm entries and harassment of farmers
The events conducted across the nation on 8 April 2019 by animal activists demonstrated both their complete disregard for opinions or values other …read more