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September 4th, 2015
Guest Blog: Swillington Farm – From Farm to Fork

Have a read of this guest blog written by Swillington Organic Farm. As well as being listed on our High… Read More

July 31st, 2015
Our Top 4 Meat-Free BBQ Recipes

So far this month, temperatures in Britain have reached a scorching 39 degrees. Perfect timing for a BBQ! Whilst a… Read More

July 21st, 2015
Farms Not Factories’ new logo

We’re really excited to present Farms Not Factories’ new logo! Designed for us by Quiet Storm, a creative advertising agency… Read More

July 17th, 2015
10 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Meat Consumption

Eating less meat is better for animals, people and the planet. As high welfare, sustainably produced meat is slightly more… Read More

July 16th, 2015
Check Out Our Innovative Instagram Project: #ontheground!

Last week we launched an exciting new project aimed at engaging our social media followers directly with farmers, and vice… Read More

July 13th, 2015
Farms Not Factories goes to the Great British Food Festival!

This weekend Farms Not Factories visited the Great British Food Festival in Staffordshire, where visitors signed the Pig Pledge and… Read More

June 26th, 2015
Guest blog: When will pigs be treated as equals again?

Today, we’re posting a guest blog written by Hugh Collins, food journalist from our fantastic supporters at GrowEatGather (w​ww.groweatgather.co.uk) ​-… Read More

June 19th, 2015
3 Reasons Why You Should Take The Pig Pledge Today!

Farms Not Factories is asking people and organisations to join a global movement against animal factories and sign the Pig… Read More

May 8th, 2015
Love pigs, hate animal factories!

We are proud to announce Farms Not Factories’ exciting new project – Love Pigs! We’re making a short film to… Read More

February 27th, 2015
Roundup on Roundup

Glyphosate is a toxic ingredient in Monsanto’s chemical herbicide, Roundup and is used on corn and soya crops. A Massachusetts… Read More

February 24th, 2015
Press Release: Pig ‘factory’ plan thrown out

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

February 24th, 2015
Factory pig rearing doesn’t work – the costs are too high

The Environment Agency’s (EA) decision to refuse a permit for a 25,000 intensive pig rearing facility near Foston in Derbyshire… Read More