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Factory farming is everywhere - around 2 in every 3 farm animals are factory farmed. But it doesn't work - it's dangerous, unfair and dirty.

Farmageddon is a campaign to kickstart a food and farming revolution. We are exposing the raw truths of factory farming and building a movement for better food and farming. Sign up to Farmageddon and help expose the true cost of factory farming. Together, let's kickstart a food and farming revolution.

compassion logoFarmageddon is brought to you by Compassion in World Farming. The organisation was founded over 40 years ago by a British farmer who became horrified by the development of modern, intensive factory farming. Find out more about Compassion.

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All around the world, our farms are turning into factories. Our food is screwed and factory farming is screwing us. It's farmageddon. Join us today and help unscrew our food.

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16 September 2014
Reuters: Farmaceuticals: the drugs fed to farm animals

Pervasive use fuels concerns about impact on human health, emergence of resistant superbugs

16 September 2014
Guardian: Seafood labels and sourcing to become clearer thanks to new code

UK scheme backed by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is to allow consumers to check how sustainable their fish and seafood is

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A Pledge to Planet Earth

08 september 2014 - Compassion in World Farming

In this day and age, there can be little doubt that society’s penchant for meat – particularly the ‘cheap’, factory-farmed kind – is ravaging the planet. That’s why, at the UN Climate Summit in New York later this month, it’s vital that the subject of meat consumption is high on the agenda. Here, we explore how a simple pledge from YOU could get global leaders to sit up and listen.

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From Farm to Faucet - America’s Toxic Tap Water

13 august 2014 - Compassion in World Farming

Who’d have thought that a body of water could get sick? Well, as the residents of Toledo, Ohio, know – all too well – lakes certainly can. Lake Erie, the western end of which butts up to the city, is in serious trouble due to toxic algal blooms that are killing off wildlife and endangering lives. And factory farming is partly to blame. Our infographic shows how.

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