© Jo-Anne McArthur
web by Octopixs
© Jo-Anne McArthur
web by Octopix
"Broiler" is the industry term for chickens raised for meat. Broiler chicken farm, Sweden. 2012.
Broiler farm. Sweden. 2012.
Broiler farm. Sweden. 2012.
Broiler farm. Spain. 2011.
Inside a broiler farm. Sweden. 2012.
Young broiler chickens. Sweden. 2012.
Broiler chicken. They are bred to grow so fast that, even at six weeks of age, some are unable to stand under the weight of their bodies. Australia. 2013.
Broiler chicken. Australia. 2013.
Broiler farm. Sweden. 2012.
Free range, organic broiler farm. Spain. 2010.
Free range, organic, family-run chicken farm. Spain. 2010.
Free range, organic broiler chickens. Spain. 2010.
Collecting free-range broiler chickens for transport. Spain. 2010.
Broiler farm. Spain. 2009.
Broiler farm. Spain. 2009.
Broiler farm. Spain. 2009.
Broiler farm. Spain. 2009.
Feed silos. Sweden. 2012.
Layer hen farm. Sweden. 2012.
Industrial farm. Germany. 2012.
Layer hen farming. Sweden. 2012.
Investigations with Animal Equality at a layer hen farm. Each of the 4 sheds held approximately 40,000 hens. Spain. 2010.
Five to eight hens are kept in each dark cage. Australia. 2013.
Layer hen farm. Australia. 2013.
Layer hen farm. Australia. 2013.
Layer hen farm. Australia. 2013.
Bodies of layer hens are often left to rot for days before being collected. The other hens use the body to stand on, for reprieve from the cage flooring. Australia. 2012.
Layer hens, both dead and alive, at a farm in Spain. 2010.
Layer hen. Australia. 2013.
Layer hen. Australia. 2013.
Dead layer hen, her body resting on the conveyor belt that carries the eggs away. Spain. 2010.
Layer hen farm. Australia. 2013.
Layer hen farm. Spain. 2010.
Living and dead layer hens at a farm in Spain. 2010.
Layer hen. Australia. 2013.
Layer hens sometimes die because their heads or other body parts get caught in the wiring of the cages. "Enriched" caging. Sweden. 2012.
Hens in "enriched" cages. Sweden. 2012.
"Enriched caging" in Sweden. 2012.
"Enriched caging" in Sweden. 2012.
Industrial farm. Germany. 2012.
Duck farm. Vietnam. 2008.
Ducks being transported from a farm. Vietnam. 2008.
Ducks from a duck farm in Vietnam. 2008.
Ducks. Vietnam. 2008.
Duck at a small organic farm in Canada. 2006.
Free range, organic turkey at a small farm in Canada. 2006.
Turkey farm. Sweden. 2012.
Turkey with a parasitic protozoa called Histomonas Meleagridis, causing blackhead disease. This is a painful disease that manifests itself around the mucus membranes, causes necrosis of the liver and is deadly. It spreads rapidly in farms where living conditions are unsanitary. Sweden. 2012.
Turkey farm. Sweden. 2012.
Turkey farm. Sweden. 2012.
Turkey farm. Sweden. 2012.
Turkey with a parasitic protozoa called Histomonas Meleagridis, causing blackhead disease. This is a painful disease that manifests itself around the mucus membranes, causes necrosis of the liver and is deadly. It spreads rapidly in farms where living conditions are unsanitary. Sweden. 2012.
Due to the stress of confinement, turkeys fight and injure one another. Sweden. 2012.
Injured turkey. Sweden. 2012.
Turkey barn. Sweden. 2012.