• HSA to undertake livestock market survey

    HSA to undertake livestock market survey

    HSA undertakes important survey of livestock markets to evaluate animal welfare provisions in place

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  • HSA announces 2017 Award Winner

    HSA announces 2017 Award Winner

    HSA has given its 2017 Humane Slaughter Award to Mr Peter Kettlewell and Professor Malcolm Mitchell of Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) in recognition of the developments they have made in improving the welfare of food animals during transportation.   

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  • HSA makes Special Travel Award

    HSA makes Special Travel Award

    The HSA has made an award to Ellie Wigham, a PhD student at the University of Bristol for her project “Analysis of the use of CCTV data to monitor and improve slaughter plant welfare in the US –what can we learn from our American friends?”

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  • HSA to undertake livestock market survey
  • HSA announces 2017 Award Winner
  • HSA makes Special Travel Award

The Humane Slaughter Association

The HSA is an independent registered charity. It is the only UK charity concerned exclusively in promoting the humane treatment of all food animals worldwide, including cattle, sheep, pigs, poultry, fish and minority species such as deer, in markets, during transport, at slaughter, and killing for welfare reasons and disease control.

It works through research, education, training and technical advances to bring real, practical and lasting improvements in food animal welfare.

Please support the HSA 

HSA’s work relies on your support. Please help us to continue our vital work by clicking on the boxes below and making a donation.

£20 will help us to fund essential research aimed at improving animal welfare beyond the farm gate

£50  enables us to provide hands on education in humane methods of handling and slaughter to improve animal welfare


 

You can view an introduction to the HSA and its work below.

 

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