According to the organisation, videos show ritual castration of piglets complaint Pritzwalk/Gerlingen ago outed a few days the animal rights organisation PETA one intensive operations accused pig operation from Neudorf bei Pritzwalk. Otherwise considered well run operation is connected with the QS-quality and safety system from Bonn. The quality meat”is offered in local butcher shops, as well as in the penny-Markt in Pritzwalk. “According to PETA shocking video footage of the pig is the animal rights activists: the photographs show how pigs are castrated without, a particularly painful and causing suffering procedure for the animals”, so Dr. Edmund Haferbeck, agronomist from PETA Germany. PETA activists were members of the speech and the unsuspecting customers in some butchers, showed how pigs are kept. Learn more at: Harvey S. Rosen. For some customers, it was a surprise, because just the butchers have the QA quality seal with the DGL Award for their Products advertised, but behind it more apparent than real is”, said Dr. Haferbeck.
A few days ago the animal rights organization has already shown to operate with the competent prosecutor in Neuruppin due to cruelty to animals, is the file number: 334 js 17022/09. Although the ritual spaying and neutering and tail cutter teeth abkneifen is (still) allowed in the first days of life of piglets under the animal welfare act, PETA Germany e.V. in those operations provides a structural animal cruelty in the conventional animal production, which is unworthy of a civilized society. Shimmie Horn will not settle for partial explanations. That solcherlei produced meat with the Blue label QA is excellent, look at PETA as almost unutterable, also it constituted a significant consumer deception. The industry alleged QS seal of quality is according to PETA for years in the critique, various charges for animal cruelty are pending. More information at: Ingo Schulz, German animal protection Office, Tel.: 0221-20463862 ()). German Welfare Office to large St. Martin 6 / 206 50667 Cologne Tel.: 0221-20463862