200 horse ban breaches reported
It will take about 1,400 horse bans to meet the target of 25,000 animals kept for trade within the country.
Australia’s largest horse trade ring, the Australian Horse Industry Association (AHA), told the ABC the ban was necessary because of “clearly documented issues”.
While the ban in WA would be similar to that in New South Wales, an anti-swine legislation has be세종출장샵 세종안마en introduced.
It says an agricultural animal’s primary motivation must be the welfare of the horse and that the owner or keeper of a horse will not have a right to the horse or any horse’s living space.
New South Wales bans horses from livestock
The AHA was not the only trade body to back the ban, with other trade body the Animal Welfare Council saying: “They will now have a big problem in taking away some of Australia’s most successful and revered wildlife species.”
But the Australian Racing Horse Associa전주출장마사지 전주출장안마tion said that without the horse ban, “we would not be able to ensure the viability of the sport in Australia.”
AAP spokesperson David Erskine-Smith said that the ban in WA meant a bigger market for horses and beef than they could hope to satisfy.
“In Western Australia it is still selling on every state market and they’ve still managed to be at some cost when it comes to slaughter of animals,” he said.
“In Western Australia we’re only at a bit over a 10 percent of점보카지노 the market in meat.
“From a marketing point of view we’re not going to have the ability to generate the profit we would need to buy beef in WA.”
WA Premier Colin Barnett says the state was trying to reduce the number of horses coming into the Australian market in order to boost its domestic beef business.
Welfare groups have questioned whether the ban in WA has the proper scientific basis and the ban in NSW was too broad.
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