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Under New Zealand's Animal Welfare Act, it is legal to kill and eat an animal if it is slaughtered swiftly and painlessly, but now local activists are demanding a change in the law.
Is this different to generations of farming families in Europe killing and eating their pet lambs, chickens or ponies? Are animal cruelty activists trying to end a barbaric practice, or interfering with specific cultural values?
Let us know your thoughts. Connect The World will report from New Zealand, explore the issue and use your feedback in the show.