LUV-A-DUCK chief executive Daryl Bussell said the business was working with the police in their investigations into the incident.
“We have sent them some video footage that was taken on the day and the process will be ongoing,” he said.
“We’re working with police and will wait until the outcome of their investigation. We will obviously take their advice; they were on site during the protest, so they witnessed what happened.”
NHILL Police are continuing investigations into a protest at Nhill’s Luv-a-Duck processing plant on Thursday.
About 55 activists from six states representing Bear Witness Australia and Aussie Farms entered the site about 6am to protest what they labelled unethical treatment of animals.
They filled clam shell pools with water and removed ducks from the business to allow them to swim, and also climbed onto a rooftop with banners.
The protesters posted a video on the Aussie Farms Facebook which allegedly showed them taking a number of ducks from the site.
Horsham Police CIU Senior Sergeant Dave Ellis said no arrests had been made.
“Police are continuing their investigations into the incident,” he said.
“No charges have been made at this point. It is pretty apparent who is involved judging by the video, so police aren’t seeking witnesses or information from the public.”
A Victoria Police media spokesperson said police spoke to a number of protesters in relation to trespassing at the time of the incident.
“The protest ended peacefully and without incident,” they said.