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Wellard invests $270m in livestock ships

Livestock exporter Wellard Rural Exports and Italy-based ship-owning arm, Siba Ships, will invest $US250 million ($A270 million) on two, new, state of the art, livestock carriers.

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Won't they all look like idiots when this evil trade ends - which it will. One canot begin to imagine how these people try to perpetrate the "welfare" farce, when they are fully aware that the "collateral damage" in this industry now is 40,000+ animals a year who die just in transport, and they are the "lucky" ones. The survivors face heat exhaustion, trauma and immense suffering from brutal handling and slaughter in countries where there are no laws to protect them. How often do we need to see the evidence? As for 12,000 jobs, please start telkling the truth. Back when it was claimed to be 9,000 jons in 200, it was establoished that the reality was closer to 3,000; now it would be even less, if you stop counting the coffee shop workers where the transporters buy their fags, doctors, dentists, motel workers and the like. Get real. Balzarini, Wellards, and all concerned should be hanging their heads in shame.

Perth, WA
Great comment Nicky. We won't give up hope. These people - Balzarinis, Wellards, are making millions from the suffering of animals. Why don't they show videos of the actual ships and animal "welfare" - because people would be horrified if confronted with the truth. Wendy

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