Helping animals is not difficult and time-consuming, or even expensive. It's about being informed of the abuse and cruelty animals are subjected to through factory farming. First and foremost it is about knowing which choices to make at the supermarket. The simple act of grocery shopping and buying free-range alternatives provides the greatest opportunity to vote for kinder farming methods. There are important decisions to be made everytime you shop: Factory farms: unfortunately do exist because uninformed shoppers purchase their products. If you disagree with the way intelligent pigs, for example, are confined to metal stalls/crates or laying hens that are crushed into cages, and the general bad treatment of mass produced farmed animals, join the growing number of South Africans who choose free range alternatives to factory-farmed products. Think twice about ham and bacon:… Read More
Compassion in World Farming (South Africa) falls under the umbrella of The Humane Education Trust which supplies a magazine entitled Animal Voice, as well as educational resources to schools, consumers and the public at large. Our work is holistic and includes the well-being of children, as much as of animals. In addition, we appeal to consumers to make a difference to our planet through their buying power. Only with your help can we achieve better lives for farmed animals. Become part of this revolution towards ‘Lives worth Living’ by making a monthly donation, a once-off donation, fund raising, leaving a gift in your will or giving a gift in memory of a loved one. You can support us... Make a Donation Online Every donation received is spent wisely and valued by us. Your generous support… Read More
Please help release 60 000 pregnant pigs in South Africa still immobilised in metal stalls for life!
Why this is important?
As of 1st January 2013, keeping pregnant pigs in metal stalls for longer than the first four weeks of pregnancy, was banned throughout the EU. 60 000 pregnant pigs in South Africa are still immobilised in metal stalls! Yet farmers who have taken the big step of keeping them in group Read More