Hidden camera angle - race/ramp

Footage from a hidden camera installed by investigators above the race/ramp leading into the stun pen. Sheep, goats and pigs are herded up the ramp by workers, who use painful electric prodders to encourage them to move. Workers are also seen walking on sheep and kicking and shoving sheep and pigs to force them into the stun pen. Animals are then shot in the head with a bolt gun, often directly in front of each other, and have their throat slit. The stunning is often ineffective, meaning sheep, pigs and goats remain conscious until they are stunned again or die in agony.
Published: Tue 30 Jan 2024 by Farm Transparency Project
Captured/filmed: September 2023
Created: Not specified
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Licence: Creative Commons License
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Country: Australia
Location: Gretna Meatworks, Rosegarland, Tasmania, Australia )

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