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News Section Icon Published 17/08/2016

Exported Irish calves suffer nightmare journeys

New investigation shows young, unweaned calves exported live in horrific and completely unsuitable conditions.

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News Section Icon Published 16/08/2016

Global day of action against live exports

Animals are Not Freight: the first ever global day of action against long distance live animal transport will take place on 29 August 2016

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News Section Icon Published 01/08/2016

British would pay more for cage-free eggs

A new poll carried out by Compassion in World Farming has found that 75% of the British public are willing to pay more for eggs produced from hens that are not kept in cages.

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News Section Icon Published 27/07/2016

Aldi to go cage-free by 2025

Compassion in World Farming congratulates Aldi on bringing forward their deadline to stop sourcing whole shell eggs from caged hens from 2030 to 2025.

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News Section Icon Published 20/07/2016

Intensive rabbit farm planned for Gnosall

Leading farm animal welfare organisation Compassion in World Farming has objected to plans to build an intensive rabbit farm near Gnosall, Staffordshire.

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News Section Icon Published 13/07/2016

Tesco to go cage-free by 2025

Compassion in World Farming hugely congratulates Tesco on their announcement to stop sourcing whole shell eggs from caged hens by 2025.

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News Section Icon Published 23/05/2016

Think your quail eggs are high-end? The vast majority are factory farmed in atrocious conditions

Compassion in World Farming has carried out a new investigation into the highly unknown quail farming industry in Europe.

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News Section Icon Published 19/05/2016

Alliance to Save our Antibiotics welcomes O’Neill report

Alliance to Save our Antibiotics welcomes O’Neill report and calls on Defra to set ambitious targets to reduce farm antibiotic use

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News Section Icon Published 06/04/2016

Compassion calls for ASDA to follow Walmart’s cage-free commitment

Yesterday, Walmart, the largest grocer in the US, announced a commitment to switch to 100% cage-free eggs by 2025. This is a momentous move – improving the lives of many millions of hens.

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News Section Icon Published 16/03/2016

Not-so-happy bunnies march on the EU Council

Over 600,000 people have signed a petition calling for an end to farming rabbits in cages.

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