Farm Animals

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5 Ways to Help Farm Animals Cover 5 Ways to Help Farm Animals

Description of actions people can take to improve the lives of farm animals, including how to shop for higher welfare foods and ways to fight the growth of factory farms.

A Consumer's Guide to Food Labels and Animal Welfare - Pocket Guide Cover A Consumer's Guide to Food Labels and Animal Welfare - Pocket Guide

Concise guide to help consumers understand the animal welfare implications of food label claims and certifications applied to dairy, egg, and meat products. Includes information on the standards and reliability of some of the most common claims consumers see, including “free range,” “Certified Organic,” and more.

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Crimes Without Consequences Cover Crimes Without Consequences: The Enforcement of Humane Slaughter Laws in the United States

Comprehensive analysis of the level of enforcement of humane slaughter laws from 2002–2007 at state, federal and foreign slaughterhouses, 2008, 143 pages.

$2.00
Factory Farming: The Experiment that Failed Vol. I

Compilation of AWI Quarterly articles showing intensive rearing of calves, sows and hens and practical alternative methods, Volume I, 1987, 86 pages.

Each publication $2, or set $3. One set free to libraries and humane societies.

Order Volume II Separately
Order Volumes I & II

$2.00
Factory Farming: The Experiment that Failed Vol. I & II

Compilation of AWI Quarterly articles showing intensive rearing of calves, sows and hens and practical alternative methods, Volume I, 1987, 86 pages; Volume II, 2008, 158 pages.

Each publication $2, or set $3. One set free to libraries and humane societies.

Order Volume I Separately
Order Volumes II Separately

$3.00
Factory Farming: The Experiment that Failed Vol. II

Compilation of AWI Quarterly articles showing intensive rearing of calves, sows and hens and practical alternative methods, Volume II, 2008, 158 pages.

Each publication $2, or set $3. One set free to libraries and humane societies.

Order Volume I Separately
Order Volumes I & II

$2.00
Farm Animals Brochure

Description of the inhumane conventional industry practices endured by animals raised for human consumption.

Humane Slaughter Update Cover Humane Slaughter Update: Comparing State and Federal Enforcement of Humane Slaughter Laws

Findings of a survey of state and federal humane slaughter enforcement conducted as a follow-up to Crimes Without Consequences, 2010, 19 pages.

$2.00
HUMANEWASHED: USDA Process Verified Program Cover HUMANEWASHED: USDA Process Verified Program Misleads Consumers About Animal Welfare Marketing Claims

Examination of how the Process Verified Program allows conventional producers to imply that the USDA has verified their farm animal welfare marketing claims, 2012, 13 pages.

$2.00
Label Confusion - Cover Label Confusion: How "Humane" and "Sustainable" Claims on Meat Packages Deceive Consumers

Summary of an investigation by AWI that shows how USDA is failing to provide oversight and require verification for “humane” and “sustainable” claims on the labels of meat products, 2014, 6 pages.

One copy free, extra copies are $0.50. If you wish to order more than one copy of the report, please contact awi@awionline.org

$2.00
Slaughterhouse Cover Slaughterhouse: The Shocking Story of Greed, Neglect, and Inhumane Treatment Inside the U.S. Meat Industry

Investigation into America’s slaughterhouses and the human and animal suffering that occurs within; by Gail A. Eisnitz (Prometheus Books, 1997), hardcover, 301 pages.

$18.00
The Welfare of Birds at Slaughter in the United States Cover The Welfare of Birds at Slaughter in the United States

Examination of how the USDA has failed to prevent cruelty to birds during the slaughter process in the United States; 2016, 20 pages.

$2.00
USDA Gives Producers Free Reign Over "Free Range" Product Labels  Cover USDA Gives Producers Free Reign Over "Free Range" Product Labels

Summary of an investigation by AWI that shows how USDA inadequately defines and approves “free range” (and equivalent) claims for chicken and turkey products, 2016, 10.

$2.00