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The evolution of slaughter - how science, politics and society shape the way we kill animals

16-Nov-2018
BVA Congress
The veterinary profession has been at the forefront of improving animal welfare at slaughter – using advances in animal welfare science to make evidence-based arguments for change. BVA’s campaigns for an end to non-stun slaughter and compulsory CCTV in slaughterhouses hit the headlines and captured the attention of a nation that clearly cares about welfare at slaughter, but were not without controversy. In this session we will go behind the campaigns to look at the scientific and legislative progress that has been already been made and explore where we still need to make improvements, as well as considering how, in a globalised market, we can bring consumers with us.
Chairperson
John Fishwick, BVA Senior Vice President (2018-2019)
Speakers
Steve Wotton, Research Associate - University of Bristol

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