Factory farms cram egg-laying hens into cages so tiny they can't even spread their wings. Breeding pigs and veal calves are stuffed into cramped individual cages barely larger than their bodies. They can’t walk or turn around. But you can help free animals from these cruel cages.
News & Events
August 16, 2016
Consumers today want to see humane treatment for animals in all spheres—including food, fashion, and entertainment. Through its work with corporate leaders in various industries, The HSUS is making sure that people know what they’re getting when they buy a ticket, a coat, or an egg—and helping the animals who are part of the system get a better deal.
May 6, 2016
After making tremendous strides with the establishment of 11 state agriculture advisory councils over the past four years, The Humane Society of the United States announced the formation of its National Agriculture Advisory Council.
April 5, 2016
Walmart, la mayor cadena minorista del mundo y el mayor vendedor de alimentos en los EE. UU., anunció que planea adquirir todos sus huevos de fuentes libres de jaulas. La política quedará plenamente implementada para el año 2025 y se aplicará también en las tiendas de la compañía en Canadá.
March 29, 2016
SUPERVALU—One of Nation’s Largest Grocery Chains—Commits to 100 Percent Cage-Free Future for Egg Supply
SUPERVALU, one of the country’s largest supermarket chains, has announced it will ensure 100 percent of the eggs it sells nationwide come from cage-free chickens by 2025, marking the latest commitment from a top grocer to end the cruel practice of confining hens in cages so tightly, they can’t even spread their wings.