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News Section Icon Published 26/02/2014

Industrial farming – when more is less

Compassion in World Farming Chief Executive and Farmageddon co-author, Philip Lymbery, was talking to a radio interviewer recently, who found it hard to accept that intensive high-input, high-output rearing of farm animals is inefficient.

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News Section Icon Published 25/02/2014

Horrifying slaughter of EU animals revealed

An investigation by Compassion in World Farming with Animals Australia has exposed horrifying slaughter conditions for European animals exported to Turkey and Middle Eastern countries.

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News Section Icon Published 19/02/2014

Averting Farmageddon: The role of the EU

EU countries should take drastic action to cut food waste, reduce meat consumption, and turn away from intensive farming, according to participants at a Brussels conference.

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News Section Icon Published 14/02/2014

Live exports update

Live exports company brought to justice.

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News Section Icon Published 12/02/2014

Farmageddon garners widespread acclaim

Farmageddon, a book by Compassion in World Farming's CEO Philip Lymbery with political journalist Isabel Oakeshott, has received a fantastic reception in the media.

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News Section Icon Published 05/02/2014

Joanna Lumley hosts Farmageddon launch

Last night Joanna Lumley officially launched Philip Lymbery and Isabel Oakeshott's new book, Farmageddon, at Daunt Books in London.

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