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jeudi 25 mai 2017

DROLE DE PEUPLE LES AUSTRALIENS...VRAIMENT PAS SYMPAS...

 ILS EXPORTENT LEURS ANES, CHEVAUX ET PONEYS  SANS SE PEROCCUPER DE LEUR SORT DANS LE PAYS QUI LES RECOIT , C' EST A DIRE DANS QUELLES CONDITIONS ILS SERONT TRAITES AVENT D' ETRE ABATTUS..
ALORS QUE POUR CERTAINES AUTRES ESPECES IL Y A UN SUIVI..


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AUSTRALIAN horses, ponies and donkeys can be exported for slaughter overseas without any control over what happens to them – a loophole authorities are trying to shut.
Snowy Mountains National Park Brumbies. Picture: Stephen Cooper
All other livestock species such as sheep, cattle, llamas, camels and buffalo are subject to strict supply chain assurances, but no such government conditions are in place for equine animals.
Agriculture department staffer Narelle Clegg, who oversees live exports, is attempting to close the gap after receiving a few sporadic inquiries.
“Whether they’re for slaughter or not isn’t a consideration at the moment in export legislation,” Ms Clegg told a Senate hearing in Canberra on Wednesday.
“I’m therefore trying to work as fast as we can on having something ready to go in the event an application actually arrives.”
The department has proposed the minister consider including equine species intentionally exported for slaughter abroad in the supply chain assurance regime.