VOIR TOUS LES LIENS
Dairy cows are portrayed as having an idyllic life but the reality is
that cows (like all mammals) only produce milk for their young after
giving birth. Dairy cows are kept in a cycle of near
constant pregnancy and lactation (meaning huge physical and
psychological stress, often leading to disease and exhaustion). Every
year, dairy cows also suffer the separation from their young just a day
or two after giving birth, calling for each other desperately - the
trauma and stress have been studied and even the dairy industry admit it
causes emotional stress. The fundamentals of dairy farming - removing
newborn calves to sell the cow's milk - always conflicts the animals'
physical and emotional welfare.
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We've just published an updated report The Dark Side of Dairy providing an insight into the dairy industry.
Watch our short video The Dark Side of Dairy
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