Just wonted to let y'all kno abot dis org'nizashun what check up on farms an' how dey treets dey aminuls. You see dey gots dees farmers that iz mekkin sho farm aminuls iz treeted rite frum birf to slawta. So they wants 2 be rekinized fur dat so they follas very strik rools 2 be on da "Animal Welfare Approved program" liss.
Da AWA, heer what dey do:
audits and certifies family farms raising their animals humanely, outdoors on pasture or range. Farmers whoAh'm t'inkin dis heer iz a bon survis pour da peeples who wanna kno & suppote dees bon practisses. If you be a farmer and wanna jern or if you jus' interested go to dis heer web site, cher: http://www.animalwelfareapproved.org/
earnthe AWA seal benefit from having a third-party verification of their high-welfare practices and consumers benefit by knowing that the humane label means what it says.
Animals are raised outdoors on pasture or range on true family farms with the “most stringent” humane animal welfare standards according to the World Society for the Protection of Animals. Annual audits by experts in the field cover birth to slaughter.
AWA is able to offer this
certificationand technical and marketing servicesto farmers at no charge. Because AWA is not financially dependent on farmer fees, the program is unbiased and completely transparent.