SPCA New Zealand
Advice & welfare

Painful Husbandry Practices

SPCA advocates for farming practices which use selective breeding, provision of sufficient living space and appropriately enriched environments to avoid the need for painful husbandry procedures.

Rather than physically altering animals to fit a poor farm environment, our organisation supports farms which provide better management, husbandry and nutrition to ensure that the farm environment provides for the welfare needs of the animals.

(see Beak Tipping/Trimming for more details)

(see Castration for more details)

(see Disbudding and Dehorning of Cattle and Goats for more details)

(see Ducks and Geese for more details)

(see Tail Docking for more details)

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