By reducing the suffering of animals raised for meat, eggs and dairy.

On factory farms, egg-laying hens are packed into cages where they can't even spread their wings. Baby calves are taken from their mothers and confined in crates so small they can barely move. Mother pigs are locked in crates nearly the width and length of their bodies, unable to even turn around. We are waging⁠—and winning⁠—campaigns to abolish these practices.

Try meat-free meals

One day a week can make a world of difference for your health, animals and the environment! Start by trying a new vegetable-packed dish or swap your usual entrée with a plant-based meat alternative.

Three vegan burgers
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A crisis for animals, the environment and public health

Factory farming causes billions of animals to suffer every year, but they are not the only ones paying a heavy price. Animal agriculture accounts for a large percentage of the greenhouse gases associated with climate change. Waste from factory farms also makes its way into the air and water supply, poisoning rural communities.

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In factory farms, animals are cruelly confined for their entire lives in these brutal and violent places where the only way out is a horrific death. We must create a better food system for the animals, our environment and to protect human health. Take action today.

Did you know?
baby chicks in farm hatchery

Are raised on U.S. factory farms and killed in slaughterhouses every year, including 9.3 billion chickens.

broiler chickens at Perdue factory farm

Of life is all a chicken knows before being sent to slaughter—their average lifespan is five to eight years.

pigs on farm

Could be spared a painful life on a factory farm per each person who chooses to go meat-free.

Cows packed tightly into a stall

Animals on factory farms never breathe fresh air or feel grass beneath their feet. Your generous gift will help reduce the suffering of countless cows, pigs and chickens by supporting our work to improve the lives of farm animals.

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