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New poll reveals overwhelming opposition to battery cages for game birds
A YouGov poll, commissioned by Animal Aid, has found that more than three-quarters of respondents (77 per cent) oppose the use of battery cages for the production of ‘game’ birds. The figure rose to 87 per cent when counting only those who expressed a view.
The poll’s results mark the start of a key new phase of Animal Aid’s campaign to achieve a ban on the units – known in the industry as raised laying cages, and used for pheasants and partridges kept for breeding.Moreabout the campaign for a ban on battery cages for game birds View our new undercover footage Read our briefing sheet
Animal Aid Shop achieves high rating in Ethical Consumer survey
Animal Aid is proud to announce that our online shop has come third in an Ethical Consumer (EC) survey of 25 leading online ethical retailers, based on the sites most used by EC’s readers and web visitors. We were also nominated as a ‘Best Buy’.Moreabout the Animal Aid Shop's high ethical rating Visit our highly acclaimed online shop
Open letter regarding Cheltenham Racecourse
Animal Aid has today sent an open letter to horse racing’s regulatory and representative bodies, strongly criticising their decision to ignore an important report analysing the reasons why Cheltenham Racecourse kills more horses than any other in Britain. The letter has been sent to the British Horseracing Authority, the National Trainers Federation, the Professional Jockeys Association, the Racehorse Owners Association, the Jockey Club and Cheltenham Racecourse.Read the open letter Read our report on horse deaths at Cheltenham Racecourse