Name: Wongalea Piggery
Address: Unnamed Road, Quinalow QLD 4403, Australia
LGA/Council: Toowoomba Regional Council
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Council email: [email protected]
Council phone: 131 872. If calling internationally use +61 7 4688 6611.

Wongalea Piggery in Quinalow QLD keeps pigs confined to tiny metal cages in farrowing crates alongside their dead and dying piglets for up to 6 weeks at a time, before moving them out to be forcefully reimpregnated.

Last known status: Open and operating
Listing updated: 2018
Listing ID: 82c86
Owned by: Andrew Reilly (last known 2018)
Government-issued enterprise ID: 956
Environmental authority licence/number: P1-0025
Capacity: 11460
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Wongalea Piggery in Quinalow QLD was exposed by Animal Liberation ACT in October 2013 with the release of covertly-obtained photos and footage depicting the same industry-standard cruelty seen earlier at Wally's Piggery, Allain's Piggery, Tennessee Piggery, Lansdowne Piggery, Strathvean Piggery, Boen Boe Piggery and Pine Park Piggery.

At Wongalea Piggery QLD, sows are confined to tiny metal cages within 'farrowing crates', where they are kept for six weeks at a time before their babies are taken from them and they are moved off to be forcefully reimpregnated once more. In these filthy hard-floored crates, piglets were found dead and dying, after having their tails, teeth and ears cut without pain relief, as is standard in the Australian pig farming industry.