On factory farms, animals experience numerous impacts to their welfare.
Australia’s live export trade exports 3 million live animals every year, the highest number in the world, and for the longest distances.
Consumers should be protected from misleading words and images on food packaging so that they can make informed ethical choices.
Ag-gag laws seek to hinder or ‘gag’ animal protection advocates by limiting or preventing them from recording the operations of commercial agricultural facilities, or from making those recordings public.
Confined in crowded, concrete-floored pens with no natural materials or natural light, research shows factory farmed pigs can suffer prolonged depression.
Each year, Australians consume an average of 107 litres of milk per person. However, many consumers are unaware of the conditions faced by dairy cows.
In Australia, most ducks are raised on factory farms where they are permanently confined in sheds without access to water.
Between 11 - 12 million ‘battery’ hens are confined to small cages in Australia, unable to perform even their most natural behaviours.
Each year 600 million chickens are produced for meat in Australia and most are factory farmed, with up to 60,000 chickens living in a single shed.
Australia currently lacks government leadership in the animal protection space, resulting in an animal protection framework which is failing animals.
The Voiceless Animal Cruelty Index (VACI) ranks the animal welfare performance of fifty countries selected among the largest livestock producers in the world.