Proceeds from sweater sales will go to an AIDS orphanage in South Africa.
Whether you like them scrambled with cheese and vegetables, fried sunny side up atop a juicy burger, or mixed into a batter for those ooey-gooey chocolate chip cookies, eggs are one of the most versatile and beloved ingredients that you can eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert.
Take action now -- call Costco and urge them to stop selling eggs from caged hens. Good intentions matter, but they must be given life, and in this case, stocked on the shelf.
You can help chickens everywhere by refusing to buy any eggs and instead using egg-free options for your baking and cooking.
Bird flu, also called avian influenza or AI, is a viral disease of birds. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
In the pork industry and in much of animal agriculture, it's actually the female animals who are the most abused.
Whole Food's wholesome image is begin questioned after an animal rights group uploaded a graphic video showing the treatment of laying hens at a Northern California farm.
A federal judge in California yesterday dismissed a challenge to California's pioneering farm animal welfare law, brought by a group of attorneys general with substantial factory farming industries in their states.
While the company still has a ways to go before getting cage confinement entirely out of its egg supply, this is a decisive step forward to reduce the suffering of tens of thousands of animals.
Chick photos by LA Adams Photography. The cyclical nature of life is perhaps nowhere more apparent than on a farm. The trusty
"Most chickens aren't that lucky," says Laks, who says she's wanted to open an animal refuge since she was seven years old
From Mother Nature Network's Melissa Breyer: The hens just can’t get a break. In 2008, California voters said "yes" to a
The goal of the Humane Society is not endless campaigning or conflict with political adversaries, but to forge solutions that produce tangible and meaningful outcomes for animals and show a new way forward in society.
Having grown up with the hens that my grandmother kept at the end of our garden -- useful relic of the war years -- I was
She had really long legs, looked a bit like a turkey, with a very small comb and a tentative step in her gate.
When I bought my house five years ago, there was a little green shed with the whimsical inscription "Fresh Eggs Sold Here."
Just how did farm chickens end up inside campus buildings at Carnegie Mellon University last weekend? And who decided to