Millions of farm animals are suffering in Australia’s live export industry. These animals can spend anywhere from 11-25 days at sea, during which they are forced to lie down in their own urine and faeces, and endure extreme temperatures. Many succumb to illness, injury, exhaustion and starvation. Thousands die every year mid-journey. Live export is an inherently cruel industry – there are alternatives. Please help us end the suffering.
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