New mulesing status category good for transparency in wool: RSPCA
RSPCA Australia has welcomed the new requirement for wool growers to declare sheep freeze branding on the National Wool Declaration from January 2022 ‚Äì a move that will increase transparency in t
National Wool Declaration review leaves animal welfare and consumer choice behind
The RSPCA has today expressed its disappointment in the outcome of the National Wool Declaration review, saying it leaves wool-buying customers and consumers in the dark about industry prac
Wool industry promotion of steining as solution to mulesing premature: RSPCA
The RSPCA is concerned that recent promotion of the ‚Äòsteining‚Äô method of preventing flystrike in sheep fails to address the animal welfare concerns associated with this method.
Time is running out for mulesing as major fashion retailers announce phase out
RSPCA Australia has welcomed the decision from Country Road Group and David Jones to source certified non-mulesed wool for their wool and wool-rich clothing range by winter 2025, as further
RSPCA statement on Tri-Solfen
The RSPCA has welcomed the news that animal pain relief product Tri-Solfen is now also registered for dehorning and disbudding of beef and dairy calves, as well as providing pain relief post-mulesi
The Painful Silence of the Lambs
RSPCA Australia is calling on wool producers to use pain relief this lamb marking season. A low-cost, practical pain relief solution for mulesing has been available for years.
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