Why not take the Pig Pledge today and join the growing number of people who are only buying meat from real farms, not animal factories (or going meat-free altogether). Through the power of our purses, it is possible to free pigs from the intensive conditions that impact the health of animals, people and the planet.
Our shopping choices can make a real difference.
Look for high welfare labels in your local shop or supermarket, or talk to your local butcher. Better still, shop at your local farmers’ market or source high welfare meat online. Read more »
Cover the extra cost by buying cheaper cuts and reducing your meat intake, which is healthier. Read more »
- Roundup on Roundup February 27, 2015
- Factory pig rearing doesn't work – the costs are too high February 24, 2015
- Press Release: Pig 'factory' plan thrown out February 24, 2015
- Farms Not Factories does PigFest December 19, 2014
- 5 ways to act locally, support higher welfare and think sustainably this Christmas December 18, 2014
- Guest blog: Making a noise vs creating a Hubbub December 18, 2014
In this latest video, Super Pig, the Pig Pledge mascot oversees a football game with a corrupt referee, which highlights the skewed policies that penalise small farmers while giving generous handouts to agribusinesses that kill wildlife with pesticides and destroy rural communities with land grabs »
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