Farm Animals

Farm Animals


Every year, over 60 billion animals (not including farmed fish) are raised and slaughtered each year for meat, milk and eggs, often under the most inhumane conditions.

Farm Animals

An ever increasing global population is leading to an increased demand for cheaper meat and dairy products which in turn leads to increased intensification of animal production. To provide the meat, milk and eggs demanded by the global population, animals are often housed in the most deplorable conditions imaginable on 'factory farms', where even their most basic needs cannot be met.

Due to the large number of animals raised via intensive farming practices, the individual animal's needs are often lost, with death and injury becoming an economic loss to be factored into the production costs.

As a result of the desire to keep profits high and cost low, animals farmed for meat, eggs and milk are exposed to some of the most barbaric treatments- including mutilations, such as castration without any pain-relief, de-beaking and tail docking.

News about Farm Animals

World Meat Free Week 17th to 24th June

Friday 14th June 2019

Opinion piece; Animals lives are in our hands, we have the power to end their suffering

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International Live Animal Transport Awareness Day - 14th June

Wednesday 12th June 2019

Opinion piece; International Live Animal Transport Awareness Day

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World Environment Day - June 5th - Opinion piece

Tuesday 4th June 2019

To save the planet, we need to change the way we eat - Dave Neale, Animal Welfare Director of our member organisation Animals Asia, gives his thoughts on how our diets could turn the tide on environmental collapse

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