Noun(1) a building where animals are butchered
(1) The company wants to build a packing facility for the meat from pigs slaughtered at its abattoir in the village.(2) Both pathogens can colonise the intestines of beef cattle and get into the food chain during slaughter at the abattoir .(3) The bank has also helped set up a community-owned butcher in the town, sustain a local abattoir and buy a dolphin-watch boat.(4) This led the company to convert a part of the abattoir to slaughter small stock.(5) The 29-month-old animal was slaughtered in an abattoir in Wales last November and put into the food chain.(6) The pigs are raised locally, slaughtered in a local abattoir and processed locally.(7) The sale of meat from an animal not slaughtered in an abattoir is also illegal.(8) It was reported earlier that the abattoir will start slaughtering in November.(9) At present the abattoir is slaughtering animals for the domestic market.(10) We have the ability to source direct from local farms using local abattoirs and we do that wherever we can.(11) However, in my opinion, animals that are slaughtered in abattoirs can suffer just as much as foxes that are hunted.(12) But the increased costs of maintaining health and safety at abattoirs means consumers are unlikely to benefit.(13) Widespread closure of abattoirs has already disrupted the supply chain.(14) The stock is slaughtered at Haverfordwest and Llanelli abattoirs .(15) Spanish abattoirs are used to slaughter many Portuguese cattle.(16) For a start they could support the establishment and use of local abattoirs .
1. slaughterhouse ::
2. butchery ::
3. shambles ::
Different Formsabattoir, abattoirs
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