Bovine tuberculosis (bTB) affects a number of animals, mostly notably, cattle and badgers. The disease and efforts to control it have serious economic implications for both farmers ...

As debates around food and its production have developed the RSPCA has sought to keep the welfare of animals reared for food central to those discussions.

The RSPCA ...

Genome editing (GE) is a group of technologies that enable an organisms DNA to be manipulated by adding, removing or altering genetic material at particular locations in the ...

RSPCA Cymru supports the introduction of CCTV in abattoirs, which we believe should be compulsory. CCTV in abattoirs not only protects those animals being slaughtered from possible ...

Current law in Wales requires animals to be stunned before slaughter - rendering them insensible to pain until death supervenes.

Prior to Brexit, under Council Regulation ...

Following Wales' departure from the European Union, it will be for the Welsh Government to decide the system behind any payment system for farmers - including whether these ...

 

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With `no pets' terms an all too common sight on advertisements for private rental properties, it is unsurprising that many find seeking suitable accommodation for themselves and ...