Factory farms, often confining thousands of animals, are major culprits in climate change. These mega-farms create huge amounts of manure that pollute the soil, water, and air. Animal factories also waste grain, water, fuel, and other resources.
Help farm animals and the planet by eating green.
The animals in factory farms suffer and die, and pollution from these operations harms the health and quality of life of people living nearby. Confined farm animals in the United States produce three times more waste than people.
Meat, egg, and milk production also waste natural resources. Half the world's grain crops are fed to the world's 65 billion farm animals—when more than a billion people suffer from hunger.
Protect the planet, farm animals, and people by:
- Reducing the amount of meat, eggs, and dairy products we eat
- Skipping the cruelest factory farm products, like eggs from caged hens
- Replacing animal products with vegetarian food
Looking into pollution from animal agriculture, a filmmaker heard reputable scientists compare factory farms to "mini Chernobyls."Learn More
News & Events
August 28, 2015
The Oregon Hay Bank is receiving a $5,000 donation for distressed horse owners facing hay shortages as a result of the wildfires in the Grant County area.
August 28, 2015
Wenatchee Valley Humane Society Receives $5,000 Donation to Help Companion Animals Affected by Wildfires
The Wenatchee Valley Humane Society is receiving a $5,000 donation for companion animal owners who are displaced as a result of the wildfires throughout Chelen and the surrounding counties.
July 1, 2015
The Hanor Company of Wisconsin is facing a lawsuit for failing to report releases of hazardous amounts of ammonia from one of its massive North Carolina pig factory farms.
April 22, 2015
House of Cards star Kate Mara talks about her recent PSA on factory farming and the benefits of reducing meat consumption.