The Gamebird Industry: It’s Not a Game. It’s a Disgrace

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Every year in Britain, around 40 million pheasants and partridges are mass-produced like commercial poultry so that they can be shot down by wealthy ‘guns’.

This bloody and brutal end to their lives is the final insult.

From birth, they are kept in cages, sheds and pens, in which disease and death are a daily feature.

 

Watch Animal Aid’s undercover footage of the production and shooting of gamebirds.

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Swati Samudram

barbarians killing innocent animals…and made this planet a hell…

Carole Pellizzari

is this the british upper crust/// they do the stupidest things……get RID of them
they are useless

Michele Jankelow

Savagery at its best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Horrific people with never satisfied blood lust!

Louise McGannon
Louise McGannon

Humans are a disgrace to the planet.

Susan Frudd

Money as ever. Shame you them, it's time to stop this cruel and inhumane practice.

Thomas Martin
Thomas Martin

So wealth makes killing right? What positive outcome is there from killing birds raised to die for rich boys? The need to spend money promoting the environment and wildlife.

Gary Hills
Gary Hills

Shooting birds for fun must be made illegal, there is no excuses for this sickening cruelty not one.

French Linda

Shocking! this should be stopped

Anyonebut-Harper

Shame on you Britain. Come out of the dark ages, and stop this.

Chris Courtney

Not to mention the legal and illegal persecution and poisoning of wildlife that this 'industry' perpetrates in order to protect non-native artificially reared animals that also suffer. Time to take them on…

Doris Charles

cruel sport, money talks.

whirlwindwoo
whirlwindwoo

cruel sports, money talks