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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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Face To Face With Pea Green Soup Algae Wuxi

I'm Philip Lymbery, Chief Executive of Compassion in World Farming. Over three years, I travelled the world bearing witness to the hidden cost of cheap meat and the devastating impact of factory farming – on people, animals and our planet.

The result - Farmageddon - is a wake-up call, exposing factory farming as one of the most pressing issues of our time; responsible for unparalleled food waste, damage to our health and the countryside, and the biggest cause of animal cruelty on the planet.

In the following short teaser film, I outline the global scale of our broken food system (Warning: contains flashing images):

And here are two exclusive filmed conversations about Farmageddon between me and Raw campaign lead, Jonty Whittleton:

Over the coming months, I’ll be releasing exclusive videos exploring the stories found in Farmageddon; the brave people I spoke to, the incredible things I saw, and the shocking facts they don’t want you to know. Stay tuned.

Find out more about Philip at philiplymbery.com.

It’s time to unscrew our food

Our food system is screwed. We are suffering; our lands are suffering; animals are suffering. We need to turn things around; we need to stop factory farming.

Unless we do something now, we face Farmageddon – a future of rubbish food, trashed lands, surging disease and growing world hunger.

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