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Germany and Holland kill hundreds of thousands of birds.
13,000 killed in North West England
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millions of birds killed in Kazhakstan
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Scotland killing thousands of birds
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Avian flu found in Japan
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The way animals are treated and the conditions they are kept in means they will suffer from disease and sickness. It's just a matter of time before these things happen again.


Edited by sitdownstandup (07 Nov 2020 5.04am)

 


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Now that we have left the EU and the CAP the government should make it clear to farmers that they will only get taxpayers money in return for higher food standards.

I have no problem subsidising organic free range birds so people can afford them but we should not be giving taxpayers money to battery hen style operations.

 


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Originally posted by sitdownstandup

Germany and Holland kill hundreds of thousands of birds.
13,000 killed in North West England
[Link]

millions of birds killed in Kazhakstan
[Link]

Scotland killing thousands of birds
[Link]

Avian flu found in Japan
[Link]

The way animals are treated and the conditions they are kept in means they will suffer from disease and sickness. It's just a matter of time before these things happen again.


Edited by sitdownstandup (07 Nov 2020 5.04am)

Yep.
Live food markets in China and many Far East countries been shut down? Nope. Await the next pandemic

 

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Originally posted by Badger11

Now that we have left the EU and the CAP the government should make it clear to farmers that they will only get taxpayers money in return for higher food standards.

I have no problem subsidising organic free range birds so people can afford them but we should not be giving taxpayers money to battery hen style operations.

Never going to happen

 

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Originally posted by Spiderman

Yep.
Live food markets in China and many Far East countries been shut down? Nope. Await the next pandemic

And there lies the problem. There will always be countries doing as they please. I get that with environmental measures we shouldn't use that as an excuse to do nothing, but in the realm of pandemics, it's such a connected world we will all pay the price for others mistakes.

 

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