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1. How to Do Animal Rights - Chickens - Egglaying Hens
Chapter 8 Chickens - Egglaying Hens Snappy Page EssenceHumanity has debased egg-laying hens to the level of fertilizer and cheapo egg makers. Humans have made Chickens the most common and widespread bird on Earth.
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2. How to Do Animal Rights - Chickens - Broilers
such welfare measures. But chicken industries worldwide allow chickens only the most basic necessities to survive long enough to claim their meat and eggs. chicken industries accord chickens no rights worthy of the name. The factory farming of
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3. How to Do Animal Rights - Chicken Statistics
Chapter 6 Chicken Statistics Summary People kill over 40 billion Chickens annually worldwide (Table 1). Three countries produce over half the world's broilers: the US, China and Brazil (Table 2).
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4. How to Do Animal Rights - News Media
Citizens Protest For Chickens Grimstown citizens will gather outside the Town Hall at 12 noon this Saturday 5 April calling for Grimstown supermarkets to stop selling eggs from caged Chickens. Members of Tails Up! - the Grimstown
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5. How to Do Animal Rights - Factory Farming
effects of crowding chickens into sheds with no sunlight or fresh air, farmers gave the chickens sulphur drugs to hold back contagious diseases and fed them vitamin D to compensate for loss of sunshine. They threw out ailing and dying
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6. How to Do Animal Rights - The Five Freedoms
factory farming, such as the chicken and egg industry. Nor are the Five Freedoms widely applied to animals farmed for their fur. The Five Freedoms are basic ideals of welfare for farm animals, like livestock and poultry, wherever the animals may
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7. How to Do Animal Rights - Vegetarianism
indistinguishable from Jane Chicken and Joe Cow. For & Against: argue your case Rights vs Welfare Claim: Humans have rights. So animals who are also sentient should have a measure of rights too. The most basic animal right is to
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8. How to Do Animal Rights - Animal Statistics
A good example of this is chicken statistics. Half the number of egg-laying chickens is not recorded on official statistics because male chicks are eliminated soon after hatching (they are minced up to make fertiliser and pet food). To get the
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9. How to Do Animal Rights - Campaigning
Food : eg caged chickens, veal, foie gras, bush meat, vegetarianism. Hunting & Sport : eg chasing, trapping, canned hunting, baiting. Unintentional : eg motorist kills, habitat destruction, climate change. Trade : eg
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10. How to Do Animal Rights
West Africa alone. 3. Chickens - Broilers - cheap mass-production of Chickens for the supermarkets. 4. Chickens - Egg-laying Hens - five billion egg-laying hens. 5. Climate Change - the greatest burden on our moral behaviour.
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