Compassion In World Farming, Ireland

Compassion in World Farming - Ireland is part of the international farm animal welfare organisation, Compassion in World Farming. We campaign and lobby for farm animals to be reared humanely, and for an end to the long distance transport of animals.

  • December 2012: A new Position Paper by Compassion in World Farming shows that industrial livestock production is unsustainable and inhumane, and says that studies suggest a reduction in meat and dairy consumption in developed countries would result in improved human health.
  • December 2012: Compassion in World Farming Ireland urges Agriculture Minister, Simon Coveney, to reconsider his decision to accept a recommendation in the Report of his Department's Fur Farming Review Group, 2012, not to ban fur farming. Read the Minister's full answer to a Parliamentary Question in which he outlines his position (Question Number 560, 18th December 2012).

  • June 2012: Read Compassion in World Farming - Ireland's presentation to the Veterinary Ireland National Animal Welfare Forum, held in Dublin on 27th May 2012.

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