It’s time to quit hell live export

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    Jim is going to saddle, when I took a spin through several counties to reach your country. The disk is a single spin, this son of a farmer has the time these days, having lacerated the Ministry of agriculture in this column last month that all spin over substance when it comes to the harsh reality of the current export of Irish animals to foreign shores.
    https://www.independent.ie/business/farming/time-to-end-the-living-hell-of-live-exports-37185363.html
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Jim is going to saddle, when I took a spin through several counties to reach your country. The disk is a single spin, this son of a farmer has the time these days, having lacerated the Ministry of agriculture in this column last month that all spin over substance when it comes to the harsh reality of the current export of Irish animals to foreign shores.

“I feel vindicated,” he says, referring to rté to report that after less than two weeks later.

For formal complaints that have been made in the EU concerning regular violations of the rules relating to 1999, confirm much of what he says he’s seen in Irish ports.

But Jim is upset that the Department plans to punish the drivers, instead of having to listen to the growing global outrage in the industry, which causes unimaginable suffering to the animals that have to sacrifice for meat-eaters, such as himself.

New Zealand ended the trade in 2007, while the UK is in the process of prohibiting direct export for slaughter.

Jim believes that only a handful of companies-exporters, the benefits of direct export. “This meat that the government needs to understand,” he says. “There is no competition. The government should never have allowed it. It kills trade, and managing current exports”.

Jim wishes the farmers well, ” but not at the expense of hurting animals. If they want Irish meat in the middle East, then give them that – meat. Not living, breathing animals that can get hurt.”

But while live exports are, Jim vows to go on too, talking about the reality, he becomes a witness which refutes the smooth word in the industry. That’s why he recently was in Cork, when 3,500 400 young bulls and pregnant heifers of the Friesian breed were sent to distant shores.

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“It was heartbreaking to see these innocent animals, trusting their owners to take care of them and having no idea what horrors they will soon face. Some of them were very lame and a couple in particular didn’t want to get on the boat. People on each side of the aisle was a large red paddle to hit and poke them to get them to hurry.”

Jim wonders on the callous refusal of some officials of the Department, which, no doubt, seen footage that waits for the animals when they finally arrive in some of these countries, where unskilled workers slaughterhouse have no idea about keeping animals.

Predecessor Minister Michael creed, Simon Coveney, in particular, gets their goat. “He is responsible for this problem because he allowed ELISA to dramatically expand the Irish dairy herd”.

Maybe Coveney, religion and other video export enthusiasts should join the next boat, so they get first hand experience and empathy. After all, not the savage state of Affairs awaiting Irish animals on foreign shores, the question to our foreign Minister?

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