The Problem

Factory farming is the largest source of animal cruelty in the world. Over 70% of the UK's farmed animals are raised in intensive farming systems, and exploited in the name of profit.

Factory farming also devastates the planet and damages human health. Simply put, the current food system is unsustainable and wrong.

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Factory farming hurts animals

Factory farming is a global problem – but even in the UK, where farm animal welfare standards are higher than many other countries – factory farmed animals suffer on a sickening scale.

  • Millions of chickens spend the entirety of their short lives in spaces smaller than an A4 piece of paper.
  • Mutilations, such as tail cutting and teeth clipping, are routinely carried out on piglets when they are less than a week old, without pain relief.
  • Tens of thousands of dairy cows are kept indoors all year, restricting their natural behaviours and causing huge distress. 

Factory farming is no better than bear dancing and dog culling. It must end. Now.

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Factory farming hurts the planet

Did you know greenhouse gas emissions from factory farming already account for more than 10% of the global total? And that number is just going up and up.

If we don’t act now, emissions from agriculture could increase by almost 60% by 2050, driving climate change across the planet. So now is the time to act. All of us must come together and make this a turning point for planetary health. Let’s end the deadly addiction to cheap meat today.

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