Each year in Aotearoa, approximately 120 million chickens are farmed for meat in industrial and factory farm conditions. Measured only in tonnes, an unknown amount of fishes* are farmed in underwater factory farms.
These animals live some of the worst lives of any farmed animals but are underrepresented when it comes to news, education and campaigns to improve the lives of animals.
We’re here to change that!
Learn about the reality of chicken and fish farming in Aotearoa, about the labels on the meat sold at retailers, about the lives of rescued chickens, and ways that you can help.
The recent announcement that animals are now to be formally recognized as sentient under UK law provides a good basis for campaigners and animal rights activists to push for law change.Keep reading
* The term ‘fishes’ rather than ‘fish’ is increasingly being adopted by the animal advocacy movement to recognise and emphasize the individuality of the intelligent, feeling individuals we are describing. (The fish-farming industry only measures fishes in tonnes, rather than numbers of individuals.)