From farms with a focus on animal welfare

When you see the RSPCA Approved logo on eggs, meat and fish you know it has come from a farm prioritising the welfare of animals

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What does it mean to be RSPCA Approved

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How to become RSPCA Approved

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You can find RSPCA Approved products in both major and independent supermarkets, butchers and many of your favourite eating spots.

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What this means for animals

Meat Chickens

Chickens on RSPCA Approved farms have space to move, good lighting and quality litter floor covering. Encouraged to be active, birds can perch, dustbathe, peck and forage.

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Pigs

Pigs on RSPCA Approved farms have room to roam, forage, explore. They also have access to straw bedding for a comfortable, dry area to rest.

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Layer Hens

Hens on RSPCA Approved farms have space to move. Birds can perch, dustbathe, forage and lay their eggs in secluded a nest.

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Turkeys

Turkeys on RSPCA Approved farms have space to move, good lighting and quality litter floor covering. Encouraged to be active, birds can perch, dustbathe, peck and forage.

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Salmon

Salmon on RSPCA Approved farms have space to swim effortlessly, can school with other fish, are handled in a low stress manner and slaughtered humanely.

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Dairy Calves

Calves on RSPCA Approved farms have space to move, play and socialise. They have a quality and nutritious diet, proper bedding and access to the outdoors from 8 weeks of age.

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Standards

RSPCA standards focus on providing good housing conditions for farm animals (whether indoor, outdoor or in combination systems). All eligible farms are assessed against these standards and trained RSPCA Assessors regularly visit farms.

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A BETTER LIFE FOR FARM ANIMALS

The RSPCA Approved Farming Scheme focuses on improving the lives of farm animals and making higher welfare eggs, meat and fish readily available.

Our Mission

Why Choose RSPCA Approved?

The RSPCA believes animals farmed for food deserve a good life.

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