Cage eggs in Australia could be phased out sooner than expected

Layton Holley
Holly McGuinness
Updated July 13 2023 - 12:10pm, first published 10:39am
The future of cage eggs in Australia is to be decided today, as federal and state agriculture ministers will meet in Perth to discuss the topic. Picture by Holly McGuinness
The future of cage eggs in Australia is to be decided today, as federal and state agriculture ministers will meet in Perth to discuss the topic. Picture by Holly McGuinness

Federal and state agriculture ministers will meet this morning in Perth to discuss the future of the egg farming in Australia and the potential to bring forward a phase out of cage eggs.

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Layton Holley

Layton Holley

Journalist

Layton is a journalist at The Border Mail. He is interested in profiles, features, and hard news. If you have a story please reach out to him at layton.holley@austcommunitymedia.com.au

Holly McGuinness

Holly is a journalist for Australian Community Media, covering South Coast, NSW. As a born and bred Shoalhaven local, she's passionate about covering community concerns and amplifying local voices. To get in contact, email holly.mcguinness@austcommunitymedia.com.au.

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