Monday, March 30, 2009 - 19:00
The Animals’ Angels investigators observed the weekly auction in Webster. The large auction barn has a water system installed in the pen area. The handling was calm and the workers mainly used plastic sticks with flags to move the cattle. Bulls and cows with calves were kept in pens by themselves. The animals were moved quietly and quickly through the auction ring. This auction demonstrates that hitting or beating an animal is completely unnecessary in order to move as many animals as quickly as possible.