Most animals in our intensive farms are still kept in barbaric cages.
• 14,000 mother pigs in crates so small, she cannot turn around or tend to her piglets.
• 3.5 million hens laying eggs in cages so cramped, she cannot spread her wings or dust bathe.
• And, 125 million chickens used for meat, whose bodies are a prison, growing so explosively fast, her tiny baby bones cannot hold her weight.
Our economy, our health, who we are, demand a different way. Change needs to happen right now. Animals need us to make their lives better, today and into the future.
Animal agriculture is pushing for animal welfare protections to be delayed or abandoned. What the pandemic has taught us is something we’ve known deep down all along ‒ that intensive farming is cruel.
As a country, we’ve lost our appetite for it.