National day of action by animal activist group causes chaos

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An animal rights group has said about 20 of its members have chained themselves to equipment at an abattoir as part of the 'biggest animal rights protest the world has ever seen'. 9News

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About 20 animal rights campaigners descended on the Warwick abattoir and chained themselves to equipment, with up to 200 others remaining outside the facility protesting what they label as the barbaric slaughter of sheep and pigs.The protest was over by about 5.30am after the handing over of three lambs. No arrests have been made.

The National Farmers Federation and the Australian Livestock Exporters Council have sent alerts to members warning about the nationwide protest from the group responsible for previously sharing an interactive map showing where the nation’s farms and abattoirs are located.Last month, 100 members of the organisation also stormed onto a Queensland cattle farm wearing “meat the victims” T-shirts.

It’s understood the farmers being targeted live at Windsor near Sydney and other locations in Queensland and Victoria. “We ask that you respect this by not asking details about the plans on the day and not speculating what might be planned,” it wrote.

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Why aren't they protesting the barbaric practice of halal slaughter?

Shameful behaviour. Good to have values but don’t force them on others

Next time if these schermi want extra chicken salt in the chips just fking do it

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