This morning members of the public joined Animal Liberation WA and Perth Farm Animal Save at Ingham’s Chicken Slaughterhouse as part of the Glasswalls Project.
The Glass Walls Project is a collaboration between Animal Liberation WA and Perth Farm Animal Save.
Thousands of chickens are slaughtered at 9 Baden Street Osborne Park WA everyday. The animal industry deliberately hide the reality of animal slaughter from the public.
By being present at a slaughterhouse, taking photos and sharing the experiences the Glasswalls Project expose the horrible realities of animals in the meat industry.
Over half a billion chickens are killed in Australia every year. Broiler chickens have been so drastically selectively bred that by the time that they reach slaughter weight they are just 5 to 7 weeks old. At the end of their short lives, their only glimpse of the outside world – their only time to feel the sun and taste the fresh air – is on the way to the slaughterhouse.
Anita Kranjc, from The Save Movement said, “The distressed animals are here and now right before your eyes. You refuse to turn a blind eye! You look, you come closer, and you try to help the individuals before you…”
Broiler chicken farm footage from Ingham’s WA Farm. Source: www.aussiechickens.com.au