From Isobel Hutchinson, Animal Aid <[email protected]>
Subject Intensive farming harms humans as well as animals
Date August 7, 2020 12:26 PM
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Today it is clearer than ever that the abuse of animals in cruelly overcrowded
intensive farms is bad for people as well as for animals.

Animal farming has brought us outbreaks of bird flu, swine flu, campylobacter,
salmonella and many other devastating diseases. Intensive farming allows these
diseases to thrive. The current Covid-19 crisis, which has killed more than half
a million people so far, may have started in animals.

However, it is still the animals themselves who suffer the worst consequences,
and on an enormous scale. Pigs live in barren overcrowded sheds where they may
see no daylight. Millions of hens are crammed into cages where they cannot
spread their wings. And broiler chickens suffer chronic pain because their
rapidly growing bodies are too heavy for their bodies

For the sake of both animals and people, please support Animal Aid’s undercover investigations, and campaigns against animal farming.

Make a donation:
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Thank you so much for your support.

With best wishes,

Isobel Hutchinson
Animal Aid, The Old Chapel, Bradford Street, Tonbridge, Kent, TN9 1AW. 01732

Incorporated under the name of Animal Abuse Injustice & Defence Society, a
company limited by guarantee. Registered no. 1787309

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