UK animal welfare reforms

What does the UK's proposed ban on live export mean for trade deal talks between the UK and Australia? Read more

What's the best way to respond to a mouse plague?

People across Australia have watched in horror as a mouse plague cuts a destructive path through parts of Eastern Australia. Read more

RSPCA Responsible Sourcing Guide helps Australian businesses do the right thing

The RSPCA has designed responsible sourcing guides to help Australian businesses make ethical animal welfare choices throughout their supply chains. Read more

Putting happy chooks first

More and more people are joining RSPCA's decades-long call to end battery cage farming in Australia. Read more

The Australian agriculturalists leading the way in improved animal welfare

Read more about some inspiring initiatives by Australian agriculture orgnisations who are striving for improved animal welfare practises. Read more

Reducing the stress of painful procedures in livestock

Painful procedures are becoming easier to bear for livestock, with farmers embracing new pain killing innovations. Read more

RSPCA Approved chicken now found under the Golden Arches

McDonald's has committed to using RSPCA Approved chicken only, right around Australia. The RSPCA says the move will have a profound impact on the lives of millions of Australian meat chickens every year. Read more

Rapid spread of potentially deadly disease

Ehrlichiosis was first detected in dogs in Australia last year. Now the disease is prompting warnings from governments and veterinary professionals. Read more

What is the future of live exports?

With falling export numbers and massive government fees on the horizon, is it time to look at the chilled and frozen export industry a little more closely as an alternative to live export? Read more

Taste test

According to Deloitte Access Economics, the Australian plant-based protein market could generate $3 billion in retail sales by 2030 and employ 6000 people. But do the products pass the taste test? Read more