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WSPA battles the elements

Mar 3, 2007
A WSPA assessment team has been sent to Bolivia, where an estimated 50,000 cattle have died as a result of flooding.

Twelve thousand cattle at risk in Argentina

Mar 2, 2007
Heavy rains since October 2006 have caused flooding of the lowlands and islands of the Paraná River in the Santa Fe Province of Argentina, with 500,000 cattle at immediate risk and 100,000 already evacuated.

Dolphin mortality high at Las Vegas exhibit

Feb 21, 2007
Eleven of sixteen dolphins housed in The Mirage's Dolphin Habitat have died since the facility opened in 1990, according to federal records and interviews with resort officials.

Speaking out against FDA proposal on food from clones

Feb 16, 2007
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently released a draft proposal which moves the nation closer to the widespread sale of meat and dairy products from animal clones and their offspring.

Humane slaughter agreement signed In China

Feb 12, 2007
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on humane slaughter programs in China was signed on Saturday February 10th.

WSPA Disaster Relief - UPDATE

Feb 8, 2007
WSPA uses its expertise and knowledge to react quickly to disasters all over the world.

WSPA and Dubai to promote animal welfare

Feb 6, 2007
Dubai Municipality and WSPA have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the objective of promoting animal welfare.

Good news for North American pigs

Feb 1, 2007
Smithfield Foods, Inc., the nation's largest pork producer with 1.2 million sows, has announced plans to phase out the cruel practice of confining sows to “gestation crates” that don't allow them to move around during their lifetime of repeated pregnancies.

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