Our team can provide spokespeople, quotes, images, video footage and background briefings on chickens bred for meat (broiler chickens) and hens used for egg production (layer hens).
We can also provide spokespeople or quotes about other farmed animal issues.
For media enquiries, please email email@example.com or call 027 305 5252.
For all other enquiries, please visit our Contact us page.
Marianne Macdonald, Executive Director 021 0232 5558
Mona Oliver, Campaign Director 027 305 5252
Media images and videos
Animals Aotearoa has access to a range of images and footage of chickens bred for meat (called broilers by the chicken industry) in New Zealand. Images and footage are from fully indoor systems, from free-range systems, as well as of rescued chickens.
High-quality images of chickens bred for meat, in New Zealand factory farms
High-quality footage of chickens bred for meat, in New Zealand factory farms
High-quality images of rescued chickens bred for meat.
About Animals Aotearoa
Ending the suffering of farmed animals.
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Animals Aotearoa was founded to drive change for chickens bred for meat by encouraging food businesses to end the worst suffering for chickens. We are part of the Open Wing Alliance, a global alliance of over 80 organisations working to improve the lives of chickens around the world. We are also part of the Aquatic Animal Alliance, working in a similar way to help fish and other aquatic animals.
Launched in 2021, Animals Aotearoa is an animal advocacy organisation campaigning to end the suffering of farmed animals in Aotearoa, focusing on chickens bred for meat. Animals Aotearoa is working with leading food companies to encourage them to commit to using slower-growing breeds of chicken, which have been shown to be healthier and have much better lives, and other welfare improvements specified in the Better Chicken Commitment throughout their supply chain. We ask businesses to set clear deadlines for implementation and be transparent in reporting annual progress towards their commitments.