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Appalling footage demands action on cattle welfare

Thursday, 5th December 2019

Mandatory pain relief for painful procedures and hastening moves toward breeding horn-free cattle are the very least the cattle industry must do to be sustainable and maintain public trust

ESCAS fails again with cruelty to Aussie cattle exported to Israel on the Maysora

Wednesday, 19th June 2019

RSPCA Australia has lodged a formal complaint with the federal Department of Agriculture after receiving images and footage revealing brutal treatment of Australian cattle live exported to

ESCAS fails again with cruelty to Aussie cattle exported to Israel on the Maysora

Wednesday, 19th June 2019

RSPCA Australia has lodged a formal complaint with the federal Department of Agriculture after receiving images and footage revealing brutal treatment of Australian cattle live exported to

RSPCA welcomes ALP policy announcement on protecting Australian animals live exported for dairy and breeding

Friday, 5th April 2019

The RSPCA has today welcomed the Australian Labor Party’s commitment to closing a loophole in Australia’s live export regulations that denies protection to thousands of Australian animals e

RSPCA calls for inquiry into animal welfare management on remote pastoral stations

Tuesday, 26th February 2019

Following two mass mortality incidents of cattle on remote pastoral stations in the Pilbara and Kimberley, and the recent identification of “dozens” more high-risk stations, the RSPCA is calling fo

New poll finds 3 in 4 Australians want live export to end, greatest concern over standards in rural and country areas

Friday, 27th April 2018

Around 3 in 4 Australians want to end live export, and more than 9 in 10 want to see long-haul live export standards improved so all animals can lie down and access food and water easily.