In line with the original behavior and habitat of animals.
What are the characteristics of species-appropriate husbandry?
Species-appropriate husbandry and feeding of livestock are a central element of organic farming. The statutory provisions are very strict: the fodder must be sourced from organic farms and must not contain any antibiotics, performance-enhancing substances, or genetically modified raw materials. Animal health is also ensured by the appropriate choice of breeds, ample freedom to move, large barns, and sufficient light.
HiPP employees regularly check the compliance with all the requirements of animal protection demanded by HiPP on site. These comprehensive process checks enable us to guarantee our consumers that animal husbandry is kind and species-appropriate.