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After looking at video of the way crates were loaded on to the conveyor belt, he said: “That’s unacceptable, throwing them down like that.” On the physical appearance of some of the birds, he said, “There is a bone sticking through there. It puts huge pressure on the hip joint and there’s also a danger that when it comes to where the bird is to be stunned, it won’t go into the stunning bath properly and won’t meet the knife that’s going to cut its neck.” When asked if birds could live through that whole process, he answered bluntly. Yes.” Previous conviction Maple Lodge Farms has had trouble before.

In September of 2013, it was convicted of two offences under the Health of Animals Act and later pleaded guilty to another 18 counts, all related to “..failure to prevent undue suffering by undue exposure to weather of a large number of chickens.” Thousands of birds had died while being transported to slaughter at Maple Lodge Farms.

Among the accusations, Mercy for Animals Canada claims: Responses W5 exchanged several emails and left phone messages with Michael Burrows, the CEO of Maple Lodge Farms, requesting a meeting to show him the undercover video and to get his comment. Burrows wrote us back to say, “Maple Lodge Farms has stringent policies and practises that govern all aspects of animal care and food safety… But 20 days after W5 first contacted them, the regulator did sent an email to say “The CFIA is conducting a thorough and careful review of the complaint and will take any necessary measures that it may deem appropriate.” It added that it has the power to impose fines, and in the event of serious and repeated offences, “..CFIA may refer non-compliance for criminal prosecution.” Mercy for Animals Canada is also pushing for major changes to the aging technology prevalent in the business of poultry slaughter.Harsh conditions “There are birds that arrive dead in the hot months,” John told W5. And in the colder months, chickens die from being too cold.They actually arrive frozen like ice blocks.” Once inside the plant, the crates of chickens are unloaded, and placed, sometimes roughly thrown, onto a conveyor belt.The technology being used at Maple Lodge Farms is standard in the industry.So the inevitable question, is the company actually doing anything wrong?The humane treatment of the birds we rely on for our livelihood is a priority and a moral responsibility that we take seriously.” He also wrote that his company was very disturbed by what W5 had told him and he had launched his own investigation of the allegations made by Mercy for Animals Canada. W5 also telephoned and emailed the federal regulator, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. Instead of the electrified pools being used to stun the birds and the automated cutter used to slice throats, the animal rights organization is openly urging the adoption of what is called Controlled Atmosphere Killing, or CAK for short.

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