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.

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VIC ANIMAL WELFARE BILL A DISASTER FOR POULTRY NATIONWIDE

An appalling draft animal welfare bill has been tabled in Vic that looks like it’s been written by activists, and NSW is set to follow suit. They say it’s to replace POCTA (Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act) which has served the state well over many years. In addition to many other “Nasties” this proposed […]

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ACCC SUPERMARKETS REVIEW LOOKS AT ENTIRE SUPPLY CHAIN

The ACCC has launched a nationwide review of supermarkets, including all of their supply chains. That includes the poultry meat supply chain, and another chance to push our claim for a Mandatory Code of Conduct for the poultry meat sector. the ACCC Issues paper can be found HERE. ACGC has responded to the Issues paper and […]

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