This weekend Farms Not Factories visited the Great British Food Festival in Staffordshire, where visitors signed the Pig Pledge and… Read More
The decision this week to refuse permission for one of Britain’s first industrial-style farms, housing 25,000 pigs, has been welcomed… Read More
The Environment Agency’s (EA) decision to refuse a permit for a 25,000 intensive pig rearing facility near Foston in Derbyshire… Read More
Until the 1950s most food was produced by small and mid-size family farms in ways that were both environmentally and… Read More
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is a ‘free trade’ agreement being negotiated – in secret – between the European… Read More
If we are to continue being able to feed the world’s rapidly growing population sustainably, innovation and expert knowledge will… Read More
Food Sovereignty and the Pig Pledge campaign share many of the same values; here are the ways that taking the… Read More
The new Global Alliance for Climate-Smart Agriculture is due to be launched tomorrow and, although some praise the intentions of… Read More
BBC photo We all know our consumption of meat in the West is unsustainable, yet we rarely question why. Conflicting… Read More
Tracy Worcester, director of Farms Not Factories was invited by The Field magazine to write for their feature, “If I… Read More
In what is expected to be a significant development in the long-running battle between Midland Pig Producers (MPP) and local… Read More
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