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Championing Ethical Animal Welfare: A Closer Look Inside Lanasia Livestock

Muslim Hands

At Lanasia Livestock, their dedication to animal welfare is not just a mission—it's a way of life. With over 20 years of experience in farming, they take pride in a fully-fledged farm, abattoir, and feedlot, where they prioritize the health and well-being of every animal under their care.

Feeding Time: A Key Element

Understanding the unique dietary needs of their animals is paramount to their operation. That's why they feed their animals five times a day, ensuring that they receive the nourishment they require, especially during the night when their appetites tend to be more. This commitment to regular feeding schedules reflects their unwavering dedication to keeping their animal’s content and well-fed.

Qurbani Period: Catering to Special Requirements

During the Qurbani period, where the sacrifice of animals is a significant cultural and religious practice, they go the extra mile to cater to the needs of sheep, cattle, and goats. Their facilities are equipped to handle this important tradition with care and respect, ensuring that every aspect of the process is conducted ethically and compassionately.

State-of-the-Art Facilities

At Lanasia Livestock, they invest in the latest technology to guarantee the comfort and safety of their animals. Their automated water drinkers ensure a constant and accessible water supply, leaving no room for hunger or thirst among their livestock. Moreover, all their animals are housed under sturdy roofs, providing shelter from inclement weather such as rain or hail, further demonstrating their commitment to their well-being.

Transparency and Accountability

They welcome scrutiny because they are confident in the quality of care that they provide. For those interested in witnessing there practices firsthand, they extend an invitation to responsible individuals in Gauteng to conduct sight inspections. Moreover, they undergo regular inspections by the local Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), ensuring that they meet and exceed industry standards for animal welfare.

SPCA Collaboration:

A testament to their values to reaffirm their commitment to ethical practices, representatives from the SPCA are not only regular visitors but are also present during the Qurbani period and the subsequent three days of Tashreeq. Their presence serves as a testament to their shared values and commitment to upholding the highest standards of animal welfare.

In Conclusion

They mentioned – ’At Lanasia Livestock, our dedication to ethical animal welfare is unwavering. From our feeding schedules to our state-of-the-art facilities and collaborative efforts with the SPCA, every aspect of our operation reflects our commitment to providing the best possible care for our animals. We stand by our practices and invite anyone interested to witness them firsthand, confident that our record speaks for itself.'

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Established in 1996, Muslim Hands SA NPC is an aid agency and NGO aiming to help those affected by natural disasters, conflict and poverty. It is a branch of Muslim Hands UK established in 1993 in Nottingham.