Category: Factory Farming
Severe injuries, dead and dying chicks, rotting bodies scattered on the feces-covered floor of dank, dark sheds: THIS is what you’re supporting when you buy chicken.
Dangerous parasites may worm their way into fish flesh. Catch kindness, not worms, by eating only vegan seafood.
The end of fishing? These food scientists are making it happen. Here’s how vegan fish and cell-based shrimp keep fish alive and help oceans thrive.
PETA’s new ad in The Roanoke Times spotlights the plight of four ailing turkeys once “pardoned” by President Donald Trump and now languishing at Virginia Tech.
Greta Thunberg—climate activist, devoted vegan, and agitator to science deniers everywhere—is now the star of her own riveting documentary.
A truck taking more than 160 pigs to a Smithfield Foods slaughterhouse was involved in a wreck just before delivering the animals.
This new rule from the Trump administration is anything but safe. Here’s why the USDA must stop allowing the sale of diseased chicken flesh.
From the filmmaker who brought you “Earthlings,” “There Was a Killing” exposes the tensions that exist between the animal agriculture industries, their truckers, and animal activists.
When you’re made to slaughter more than 12,000 birds per shift—knowing that if your kill rate comes up short you’ll be reprimanded—social distancing tends to be “impossible.”
Chickens freezing to death on transport trucks, dead birds lining the road like a twisted version of Hansel and Gretel’s breadcrumbs—if you eat chicken, THIS is what you support.
A renderer admitted that one pig “probably should be euthanized” but that Tyson was trying to sell the animal in an attempt to make “five bucks.”
PETA’s ad reminds consumers that they have the power to make a change and end the needless suffering of hens by boycotting eggs now.
Unregulated dumping of waste, expansion of chicken farms—North Carolina’s meat industry is a major part of the state’s environmental racism problem.
Although they’re virus hotspots and infected workers have died, slaughterhouses’ coronavirus responses have been weak. So are traces of the virus on meat packages surprising?
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind