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              Farm animals

              FOUR PAWS has been working for decades to improve conditions in relation to the breeding, transport and slaughter of so-called farm animals such as cattle, ducks, poultry, pigs and sheep. Each year, billions of farm animals die after a short life in a terrible environment.
              Our international campaigns have successfully initiated a transition towards animal-friendlier down production in the textile and bedding industry. One of FOUR PAWS' long-term goals is to achieve a ban on keeping laying hens in cages.

              A few years ago, FOUR PAWS initiated an animal welfare labelling scheme to provide consumers of animal products with details on breeding, transport and slaughter. Our aim is to help consumers make informed decisions and to support alternative, animal-friendlier production. 

              Animal Transport Issues

              The truth about live animal transport in the EU

              Foie Gras Production in Bulgaria

              Foie Gras

              The dark side of a delicacy


              Hidden Cage Eggs in Processed Food

              Hens still suffer in narrow cages


              Sheep Wool

              Painful mutilations – the bloody business of sheep wool production


              mutilation of farm animals

              Why is so much surgery carried out without anaesthesia?

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              Age of Farm Animals

              How old would a cow, a pig or a hen get to be if the animals were not slaughtered?


              Our food choices

              has a direct impact on the lives of animals

              Find out more