Have your say on the welfare of pigs in Victoria

Public submissions have opened for the Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into pig welfare and we need your help to send a message to the government that we want a kinder world for pigs!

The inquiry was initiated earlier this year after our groundbreaking exposé, aired on ABC’s 7.30, showed pigs screaming, thrashing and gasping for air inside carbon dioxide gas chambers, which are used to suffocate over 90% of Australian pigs before their throats are slit. Chaired by Animal Justice Party MP Georgie Purcell, the inquiry will investigate commercial pig confinement, including the continued use of sow stalls and farrowing crates, and slaughter in Victoria, and prepare a report suggesting improvements to the government.

This is our opportunity to speak up for pigs and demand an immediate ban on cruel, outdated cages for mother pigs, and an end to pig gassing.

Submissions close January 12, 2024.

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