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Get your learn on! One of the tactics animal agriculture uses is hiding the truth. Animals are hidden behind closed doors, down dirt roads, and out of sight. We encourage you to research these issues yourself and learn more about how farming harms other animals.

If you want to directly help farmed animals, the easiest choice you can make is trying a vegan lifestyle. By going vegan, you empower yourself as a consumer not to support, or benefit from, the cruel practices of animal farming. Consider this: For every one person that switches to a vegan lifestyle more than 1,500 animals are saved – the average number of animals consumed by just one person in their lifetime! And, by adopting a vegan diet you not only help the animals, you also help yourself. Numerous nutritional studies have proven that vegan diets are typically more healthful than those that include meat and dairy. Going vegan is also a powerful way to help the environment. Animal agriculture pollutes our land and air, is one of the leading causes of deforestation worldwide, and is an incredibly inefficient use of our planet’s precious resources.

 

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Dairy Farming- Cows

Many people don’t realize that in order for a cow to lactate, she must first give birth to a calf. The dairy industry profits off of repeated pregnancies and separation of cows from their calves. Click here for in-depth information why and how the dairy industry thrives on cruelty. For a simple educational graphic on dairy industry cruelty, click here.

Pig Farming

Pigs are some of the most intelligent domesticated animals on Earth. Despite their need for exercise and enrichment, the vast majority of pigs live lives of intensive confinement. Painful mutilations and cramped conditions cause misery for these deeply emotional beings. Click here for in-depth information on pig farming. For a simple educational graphic, click here.

Turkey Farming

Domestic turkeys’ wild counterparts lead eventful lives of foraging, socializing, and roaming long distances across North American forests. But on modern farms, turkeys are condemned to lives of stress and crowding. Worse yet, birds are excluded from the minimal protections provided by the Humane Slaughter Act. Click here to read about the lives of turkeys on factory farms. For a simple educational graphic, click here.