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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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10 April 2014
Guardian: The cafe that feeds Leeds with waste

Chef Adam Smith serves up food deemed past its best. His Pay As You Feel Cafe in Leeds offers delicious meals made from ingredients discarded by the city's various food establishments.

27 March 2014
Forbes: How Increased Meat Consumption In China Changes Landscapes Across The Globe

Americans eat 235 pounds of meat annually.  That’s the equivalent of roughly 470 big hamburgers a year – more than a burger a day.

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Disrupting Diets with Bill Gates and Twitter

10 april 2014 - Compassion in World Farming

It looks like meat and tastes like meat, but it’s never been near an animal. And it’s better for your body and the environment than the real thing. Sound too good to be true? Not if the growing group of mock-meat pioneers have their way.

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Making Farming a Family Matter

28 march 2014 - Compassion in World Farming

Since the dawn of time, people in every corner of the globe have cultivated the earth to nourish their families and communities. And right now, these small-scale farmers are firmly in the spotlight – that’s because 2014 is the International Year of Family Farming.

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