WHY CHOOSE RSPCA APPROVED?

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

Since 1996 we’ve been working with
farmers, brand owners and retailers to give you…

HUNDREDS OF
humanely farmed
products

Our animal welfare standards are

Detailed and specific to the needs of each species

Based on the best available science, RSPCA policies and leading practices

Created with input from industry and producers

Our assessment process includes

Up to 4 on-farm assessments a year and additional unscheduled visits

Trained RSPCA Assessors checking that farms comply with the standards

Reliable product traceability from point of sale right back through to the farm

 

 

 

EXPLORE WHAT RSPCA APPROVED MEANS

RSPCA APPROVED LAYER HENS

Have space to move, stretch and flap their wings

Enjoy a secluded nesting place to lay their eggs

Have dry litter floor covering to scratch and dust bathe

Can perch to rest and keep their bones and muscles strong

RSPCA APPROVED MEANS BETTER HEN WELFARE

RSPCA APPROVED PIGS

Have space to move and aren’t confined to sow stalls or crates

Can forage and socialise with other pigs

Enjoy a comfortable, dry area to rest

Aren’t tail docked, teeth clipped or surgically castrated

RSPCA APPROVED MEANS BETTER PIG WELFARE

RSPCA APPROVED CHICKENS

Have good indoor environments (because even free-range chickens spend most of their time indoors)

Have space and good lighting, encouraging them to be active

Can perch to rest and keep their bones and muscles strong

Enjoy dry litter floor covering to scratch and dust bathe

RSPCA APPROVED MEANS BETTER CHICKEN WELFARE

RSPCA APPROVED TURKEYS

Have space and good lighting, encouraging them to be active

Enjoy dry litter floor covering to scratch and dust bathe

Have things to play with, peck and perch on

Don’t have their toes clipped

RSPCA APPROVED MEANS BETTER TURKEY WELFARE

So far, we’ve improved the lives of more than 805 million farm animals

By choosing RSPCA Approved you’re supporting a future of humane farming

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