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New year heralds new dawn for hens

New Year's Day 2012 will herald a new dawn for hundreds of millions of hens in the European Union, thanks to a new law banning cruel barren battery cages.

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Compassion uses World Egg Day to highlight cage cruelty

Compassion in World Farming has released a hard-hitting web video to coincide with British Egg Week and World Egg Day (Friday 14th October) asking people to put themselves in the…

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Historic Agreement reached in US

An historic agreement has been reached in the USA between the Humane Society of the United States and the United Egg Producers. Both organizations will work together toward…

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'Enriched' cages condemned

So-called 'enriched' cages for hens have been roundly condemned by the main animal welfare organisations involved in farm animal issues on both sides of the Atlantic.

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Compassion endorses American campaign

In the United States, farm animals have no national (federal) law to protect their welfare, apart from a slaughter law - and that does not apply to poultry.

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Victory for farm animals on US election day

On November 4, as Americans made history in their choice of a new President, California also made animal welfare history. Over 62 per cent of voters in California approved…

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Compassion’s ‘Time to Decide’ film wins award

Compassion celebrates a win for End the Cage Age as our campaign film receives an award

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Colorado bans the veal crate and the gestation crate

Colorado has introduced new legislation to phase-out the veal crate for calves and the gestation crate or sow stall for pregnant pigs.

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“Auf wiedersehen” cages

Germany is topping the EU egg-laying hens “leader board”

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Avian flu: Consumers urged to keep buying free range

As Britain's second case of the virulent H5N1 strain of avian flu is found on a farm on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, Compassion in World Farming urges consumers not to loose…

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