What the Codes of Wel­fare say

NZ Lifestyle Block - - Your Poultry -

Hu­mane killing re­quires that brain ac­tiv­ity ceases as rapidly and as pain­lessly as pos­si­ble, and that death en­sues as soon as pos­si­ble.

In com­mer­cial poul­try-killing plants, a bird must be stunned (most com­monly us­ing an elec­tric shock), then bled out while in a stunned state, and must not be al­lowed to re­gain con­scious­ness dur­ing the bleed­ing out process.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from New Zealand

© PressReader. All rights reserved.