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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.



Tell Them What You Think

Watch the video above to get an idea of what life is like in a gestation crate, then tell the National Pork Board what you think about pigs being confined in them for years. SPEAK OUT


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