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THE GRASS IS GREENER – THE PLIGHT OF UK DAIRY COWS

It’s that time of year again, when cows are let out of their winter housing onto pasture for summer grazing. Sadly, though, this traditional springtime ritual is in decline, as intensive indoor systems gain ground the world over.

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BREXIT AND FARM ANIMALS – SHOULD WE STAY OR GO?

The people of Europe care deeply about the welfare of farm animals, according to a new survey. We take a look at how this groundswell of concern could impact the future of livestock farming in the EU – and what Brexit could mean for UK farm animals. 752 more words

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LIFE BEHIND BARS: THE PLIGHT OF EUROPE'S RABBITS

Europe’s rabbits are in peril. Each year, hundreds of millions of these creatures are made to endure unbelievable suffering inside squalid factory farms. Sounds more like medieval torture than 21st-century farming, right? 8 more words

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Compassion in World Farming

Compassion in World Farming was founded in 1967 in England by a British farmer, Peter Roberts  who was alarmed by the changes in farming taking place and today it’s a leading farm animal welfare organization. 325 more words

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FACTORY FARMING'S DANGEROUS DRUG HABIT

Without antibiotics, the world would be a much more hazardous place. Used to treat countless common illnesses and infections, these drugs revolutionised medicine in the last century, but now they’re in peril. 10 more words

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THE FOOD LABELS THAT KEEP YOU IN THE DARK

The labels on meat, egg and dairy products are often the only window we have on the life of the animal they came from – and yet, all too often, they don’t tell the truth. 18 more words

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THE BUSINESSES PUTTING ANIMAL WELFARE FIRST

If you’re reading this, the chances are you care very much about where your food comes from. But did you know that more and more businesses care, too? 22 more words

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