🔥Animal abuse ▪️Lamb castration, tail docking, and earmarking. 🔹Despite their gentle nature and capacity to suffer as any other animal, lambs aren't protected by the same laws as dogs and cats. 'Codes of Practice' side-step the rules, allowing farmers to cut bits and pieces off young lambs without even providing them pain relief. ▪️Castration
Lambs are routinely castrated without anesthetic or follow-up, ongoing treatment for pain relief.The primary reason to castrate is to prevent breeding and subsequent pregnancies in young sheep. There is thought to be a higher incidence of male fighting, which can cause injury and loss of "productivity". If done at a young age, it may enhance pelt removal and meat quality. ▪️Tail docking
Like puppies, lambs are born with a long tail. Lambs are put in a restraint device and have their tail cut off (to reduce soiling and the risk of flystrike). When lambs are less than 6 months old, this practice is done without anesthetic or follow-up, ongoing treatment for pain relief. 🔹A hot blade or sharp knife is used to cut through the muscle and bone of the lamb's tail. 🔹If a lamb's tail is cut too short, they are at higher risk of suffering from serious health complications, such as rectal prolapse.
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