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Why life is miserable for fast growing chickens

Today’s chickens are four times the size of their 1950s ancestors here’s why that’s a bad thing

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Campylobacter linked to chicken welfare

New testing reveals the shocking price of cheap chicken

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The reality of “natural” chicken in the USA

Our Director of Compassion USA, stepped into the underworld of chicken factory farming. What she found has made headlines in America

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Co-op goes back on chicken welfare promise

Compassion has stripped The Co-op of its Good Chicken Award, after the supermarket went back on its promise to exclusively source higher welfare chicken meat for its indoor-reared…

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Support petition against non-stun slaughter

Compassion is backing a petition started by the British Veterinary Association which is urging for an end to slaughter without stunning in the UK.

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Factory farmed chicken could kill us

An investigation by the Guardian into the poultry industry has exposed failings in hygiene standards designed to protect consumers

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New investigation into chicken farming in the USA

Today Compassion launched a film and report following an investigation into the huge industry of chicken farming in the US state of Georgia.

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Sustainable chicken kievs

Farmer Jimmy Doherty has been taking on three of Tesco's best-selling own brand products: chicken kievs, meatballs and 'standard' sausages, and looking at how to make…

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It is Pastured Poultry Week in Georgia!

Georgians for Pastured Poultry (GPP), an alliance that is promoting the use of high-welfare, pasture raised poultry in Georgia, has created Pastured Poultry Week that is currently…

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THE BEST OF BRITISH FOOD AT THE LONDON OLYMPICS?

Compassion in World Farming is committed to achieving sustainable food standards for the 2012 London Olympics that help the environment, are ethical and have the welfare of…

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