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We're often asked why we're not a vegetarian or vegan society. Whilst we respect those who choose a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle and the personal commitment it takes, we take the view that we must campaign for the highest possible standards of animal welfare in all areas.
RSPCA Assured logo. RSPCA Assured is the RSPCA's farm assurance and food-labelling scheme, dedicated to improving the lives of farm animals. It gives consumers the option of choosing products that have come from. animals that have been inspected to higher welfare standards.
The Better Chicken Commitment is a science-based chicken welfare policy that addresses issues related to breeding for fast-growth and high-yield, housing, stocking density, and slaughter.
We're the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) and we've been here for animals since 1824. We're the world's oldest and largest animal welfare charity, with the primary focus of rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming or releasing animals across England and Wales.
Free Range - In the UK free range means that the hens have access to the outdoors for a period of the day. There's currently no specific timings that the hens have to be outside for, so this may change from farm to farm. They do have to have 4m2 per bird when they do have access to the outdoors.

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Australorps as Meat Chickens (Table Birds) Although initially bred as layers, the Australorp is considered one of the best chicken breeds for the table, being rated as having a Moderate-High \u201ctable value\u201d. With it's great level of meat production, Australorp Roosters are very popular amoungst hobby farmers*.
The USDA's (and industry standard) definition for \u201cFree Range\u201d is that birds must have \u201coutdoor access\u201d or \u201caccess to the outdoors.\u201d In some cases, this can mean access only through a \u201cpop hole,\u201d with no full-body access to the outdoors and no minimum space requirement.
The welfare of all farmed animals is protected by the Animal Welfare Act 2006 which makes it an offence to cause unnecessary suffering to any animal. The Act also contains a duty of care to animals - anyone responsible for an animal must take reasonable steps to make sure the animal's welfare needs are met.
The standards are designed to ensure that all animals reared according to the requirements have everything they need for a better quality of life, whether they are kept on large or small farms, or in indoor or outdoor production systems.
The RSPCA Approved logo means that chicken has come from a farm where birds are raised according to the RSPCA's detailed animal welfare standards. Farms are visited regularly by an RSPCA Assessor to ensure good animal welfare. Find out more about what RSPCA Approved means for chickens.

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