Heather Neil

Big things are happening against whips in racing

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It’s already been a big year for our work against whips in racing, and we’re not even halfway through 2017 yet. 

Your cage free eggs might be produced by companies that use battery cages

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Heather Neil

Do you buy cage-free eggs?

The result of our poll on whips in racing, and why it’s such big news.

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Heather Neil

You might have seen late last week, we released the results of a poll we commissioned on the use of whips in racing.

Australians don’t want battery cages – just the egg industry does.

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Heather Neil

For the first time in our history, sales of cage-free eggs are surpassing cage eggs.

Are jockeys whipping their horses for “safety reasons”?

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Heather Neil

The RSPCA welcomes the suggestion from several leading racing commentators that whips might be used for safety and emergency reasons only.

Harness racing takes the lead in horse welfare

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Heather Neil

“[This] decision was not taken lightly, but was made on our own initiative because we believe it is the right decision at the right time.

Why battery cages are cruel.

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Heather Neil

It’s time to end the battery cage, and here’s why.