Summer 2016

Summer 2016 AWI Quarterly Cover - Photo by Mike Suarez
Volume
65
Number
2
About the Cover

Most egg-laying hens in this country spend their lives stuffed inside cramped battery cages within massive, dimly lit sheds, wing to wing with other birds. There is light on the horizon, however: As described on page 6, major corporate customers are responding to activists' calls and demanding that suppliers go "cage-free"—allowing the birds to move about, albeit mostly still within the confines of a shed. "Pastured raised" chickens have it far better: at Grazin' Angus Acres in Ghent, New York (depicted on the cover), they can feel the sun, spread their wings, forage, dust-bathe, and generally live like real chickens.

Photo by Mike Suarez

 

Summer 2016 Quarterly Table of Contents

Summer 2016 Quarterly PDF
Animals in Laboratories

Companion Animals

Farm Animals

Marine Life
Wildlife

Government Affairs

Remembrance

Reviews