Save Irish Cows From Voyage of Despair

During live export, frightened animals are forced onto crowded trucks or ships and transported for days or even weeks to foreign abattoirs.

Irish cattle suffer horribly in live export trade
Image: Jo Anne McArthur / We Animals

When they reach these foreign abattoirs they're often killed in gruesome ways that would be illegal in their home country.

Ireland has just struck a new live-export deal with Turkey which could cause thousands of calves to undergo this horrific ordeal.

Please speak out against this cruelty. Ask Ireland's Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine to end live exports.

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