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Italy bird flu: intensive farming in dock

Latest outbreak of the disease is once again on an indoor farm

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Why intensive turkeys go lame

Turkeys have been bred to grow large, meaty bodies, as quickly as possible. We know that modern industrially farmed turkeys are now so heavy and develop so much breast muscle that…

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Turkey farming in the UK

In the run-up to Christmas, many people will be thinking about what to eat on the day itself. For many that means turkey.

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Turkey and Salmon - the labels explained

Compassion has teamed up with animal protection charity, OneKind to cut through the confusion and analyse meat labels for consumers.

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US Salmonella outbreak: 16,330 tonnes of turkey recalled

According to reports one of the USA's largest poultry producers has recalled over 16,000 tonnes of turkey. The source is yet unknown, but leftover turkey containing the same…

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An ethical Christmas feast

Around ten million turkeys will be consumed in the UK over the Christmas period. For most families in the UK, a turkey will be the centrepiece of their Christmas dinner. Smoked…

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Pardon factory farmed turkeys this Christmas

President Obama has given two turkeys a new lease of life and you can do the same by pardoning factory farmed turkey.

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BERNARD MATTHEWS 'NEW LOOK' IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS

Bernard Matthews, the UK's largest turkey producer, has recently re-vamped the look of its turkey-based ranges after receiving bad publicity following a bird 'flu' outbreak and…

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A disaster waiting in the wings

Early in 2007, the United Nations' FAO research report stated that densely-populated livestock production generates "significant animal and public health risks."

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Letter to Bernard Matthews

6th August 2007

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