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    Don't all cows eat grass? Part 2: A better way | 02.06.2017

    In part two of his guest blog series, Dr John Meadley, Chairman of the Pasture-fed Livestock Association (PFLA), explains that there is “a better way” when it comes to intensive farming....

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    Why this year’s Mother’s Day card was a wake up call | 26.05.2017

    Leah Garces, Compassion's USA Executive Director tells us why this year's Mother's Day card provided her with some real food for thought....

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    Fascinated by Fish – why their welfare matters | 18.05.2017

    Perhaps the most farmed group of species on the planet is fish, yet the welfare of these waterborne animals is all too often overlooked....

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    Don't all cows eat grass? Part 1: Celebrating our soils | 25.04.2017

    In the first of this two-part guest blog series, John Meadley, Chairman of the Pasture-fed Livestock Association explains how our soils are the basis of all human life, but are being destroyed by inte...

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    The Global Challenge to the Worldwide Trade in Animals | 06.12.2016

    Clive Phillips is Professor of Animal Welfare at the University of Queensland where he established the Centre for Animal Welfare and Ethics....

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    Changing Attitudes | 17.08.2016

    Welcome to the second instalment of my two-part interview with Clare Druce who, with her mother Violet Spalding, co-founded Chickens’ Lib around 1970. Clare’s book, Chickens’ Lib, is an insider’s acco...

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    Breaking free – the future of food and farming | 08.07.2016

    Over the last three years, I have written much here about the need to move beyond factory farming. Compassion’s call for an end to industrial farming has never been more urgent for animal welfare, the...

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    Forging a career in animal welfare – part 1 | 03.05.2016

    You may remember my excitement at announcing our partnership with the University of Winchester. As they prepare to launch their Centre for Animal Welfare, I am delighted to share with you an exclusive...

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    Animal Husbandry Regained – Part 2 | 15.03.2016

    John Webster is Professor Emeritus of Animal Husbandry at the University of Bristol (UK) and has authored a number of animal welfare publications, his latest is Animal Husbandry Regained: The Place of...

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    Animal Husbandry Regained – Part 1 | 08.03.2016

    John Webster is Professor Emeritus of Animal Husbandry at the University of Bristol (UK), where on arrival in 1977, he established a unit for the study of animal welfare and behaviour – now the larges...

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Compassion in World Farming campaigns to end factory farming. My new book, Dead Zone, explores the links between factory farming and the demise of our iconic wildlife, and what we can do to save it.

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