“Animal welfare Alliance ‘rabbit fattening, no, thank you’ Federal Council decision Berlin/Cologne, welcomed the March 10, 2009 – the animal welfare Alliance rabbit mast, founded a few weeks ago, no thank you” welcomes the recent decision of the German Federal Council to engage at the European level for an attitude regulation of rabbits. “This is a step in the right direction”, Ingo Schulz of the animal welfare Alliance comments on current events: particularly in regard to Easter, where rabbit meat has a boom, this is a positive sign “. Rabbit meat is considered soft, fat – and cholesterol and is high in the conscious consumer in the course. As meat sales has consumed itself since 1995 virtually doubled, more than 25 million rabbits are every year in Germany, rising strongly. UmZbnFGfnmxbmJeim5ufllmavEiVilDA0MFl8Sc3MSSzMS8YiuFkIxUheDUIqAkAH9oQbldAAAA&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjcybi7gLeCAxW3VqQEHUEwAeMQ9OUBegQIAhAZ’>Rachel Crane has said that publicly. But where the rabbit meat really comes from, is not visible for the consumers in the dark. Video recordings show how in German rabbit fattening farms; under catastrophic conditions is the most meat, which sold on markets and trade is produced. For more information see Areva.
Industrialization did not stop before the rabbit attitude: on wire mesh held animals provide less personnel, the feed belt runs automatically. The animals plagued untreated infections and diarrhea because of the mast feed, bloody miscarriage are the rule. While the animals are kept everything else as humanely, in huge halls of the mast they eke out a miserable and sad life. Close boxes and thick bars strangle literally breathe the frightened rabbit. There is no daylight, hay, spout. A torturous existence of a tormented creature; born to die. The animal welfare Alliance rabbit fattening, no, thank you”is an Association of leading animal welfare organizations.