RSPCA Australia

Why cage free will help end the battery cage

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Many Australians like to eat eggs. On average, we’re eating over 15 million eggs a day and consumption is on the rise.

Taste and welfare go together, says the Coast Café Milton

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When Allysia Robinson, owner and operator of the Coast Café Milton first decided to serve higher welfare eggs, chicken and ham at the café, it wasn’t necessarily the norm.

Cage Free and Proud - why it's important to get everyone on board

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We know most Australians want to see hens freed from battery cages, regardless of

What exactly is a battery cage?

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We know many things about hens: they are social, inquisitive and curious. They like to move around, stretch their wings, perch and peck at things.

Café Derailleur bringing the power of higher welfare and local produce to Wangaratta

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Local cafes and restaurants have long been at the forefront of innovation when it comes to food.

Live sheep exports - the story so far

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So much has happened in the four months since vision of the catastrophe that is the live sheep export trade was first broadcast.

6 ways to do something great or small on #DoSomethingDay 2018

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The RSPCA is proud to support Do Something Day on the 25th of July, and we are excited to help you find the perfect way to get behind the initiative and lend a han

Freeing Aussie Hens from Cages - The story so far...

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In the coming months, Aussie hens will need you to stand up and act for them more than ever. And we will be here to help you fight for their lives.

Why does the RSPCA support humane food?

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Six reasons to choose RSPCA Approved pork at Coles

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More and more Australians are conscious of the impact their food choices have on farm animals and are looking for labels to tell them the animals raised for the

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