Join the fight for healthier, more humanely raised chickens

Join the fight for healthier, more humanely raised chickens

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      The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Industrial breeding has created chickens that grow at a freakishly rapid rate: up to three times faster than just 60 years ago! These huge birds are commonly crammed into dark sheds with little room to move. So heavy they struggle to even stand, many chickens spend much of their lives lying in their own waste. These cruel and unhealthy conditions are bad for chickens, and can potentially increase the risk of chickens carrying dangerous foodborne bacteria like Salmonella.

Switching to slower-growing chickens raised in better conditions means healthier birds, and it’s up to us to speak out. Tell the chicken industry to stop putting profits over welfare—sign the petition today.

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    • Kimberly Hilliker PORTER CORNERS, NY
      • 8 months ago

      Many often die of heart failure. Their hearts cannot keep up with the rate of growth/blood flow.

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    • Crystal Wynd PRINCE RUPERT BC, CANADA
      • 8 months ago

      Animals should not be abused

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    • Marsha Levine PANORAMA CITY, CA
      • 8 months ago

      All lioviong creatures deserve to be treated well withy compassion, good care, kindness and respect. They aren't stupid as humands tend to think!!! They're loving and affectionate. They are loyal to their own and more than just food for humans and other species!!!

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    • isabelle obscur TOULON, FRANCE
      • 8 months ago

      Encore de l'élevage concentrationnaire, l'Histoire dira que ce siècle est celui de l'HOLOCAUSTE animalier !!!

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    • Detong Choyin SAN FRANCISCO, CA
      • 9 months ago

      Oh...look at this picture. Stop torturing these poor creatures. It's insanely cruel. Monstrous. Stop this!

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