Animals

Not always pretty pictures but honest images of the human - animal relationship 

Battery caged hens
Battery caged hens

Hens are still crammed into cages. Usually six to a cage with around an A4 sized space each. They stand on wire flooring for their entire life in this shed. They are sent to slaughter at 18 months old

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Bobby calf at saleyard
Bobby calf at saleyard

Male calves born into the dairy system are usually not wanted because they don't produce milk. They are either killed almost immediately on farm or transported to livestock saleyards. Slaughterhouse buyers are the major bidders. Hundreds of thousands of bobby calves die this way every year in Australia.

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EKKA dairy competition
EKKA dairy competition

Engorged and dripping with milk while waiting for judgement at EKKA.

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Battery caged hens
Battery caged hens

Hens are still crammed into cages. Usually six to a cage with around an A4 sized space each. They stand on wire flooring for their entire life in this shed. They are sent to slaughter at 18 months old

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