MEP promotes high welfare standards on visit to Pentney farm

Chicken talk: Mark Gorton, director of Traditional Norfolk Poultry (centre, left) and MEP, Richard Howitt, talk to, from left, son Phillip Howlett, father Ben, and son Tom of Little Abbey Farm

Chicken talk: Mark Gorton, director of Traditional Norfolk Poultry (centre, left) and MEP, Richard Howitt, talk to, from left, son Phillip Howlett, father Ben, and son Tom of Little Abbey Farm

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West Norfolk MEP Richard Howitt has been promoting high welfare standards in food production at a Pentney farm.

Mr Howitt, pictured above centre, visited the Traditional Norfolk Poultry farm as part of Farm Animal Week, an RSPCA initiative designed to raise awareness of the poor conditions animals can offer suffer as they are raised for food.

Mr Howitt is pictured with, from left, Phillip Howlett, Traditional Norfolk Poultry director Mark Gorton, Ben and Tom Howlett.