Britain's top vet said that UK abattoirs could follow the Danish meat industry in banning the killing of animals that are not stunned prior to death because current halal and kosher meat practices result in "five or six seconds" of pain for the animal.
John Blackwell, president-elect of the British Veterinary Association, told The Times: "The Danish unilateral banning [was done] purely for animal welfare reasons, which is right. We may well have to go down that route."
He said that the issue was "one of the most important on our (vets') radar."
They will feel the cut.
They will feel the massive injury of the tissues of the neck.
They will perceive the aspiration of blood they will breath in before they lose consciousness.
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