‘The misery of “free-range” turkeys’ – in ‘Daily Mail’ today

Posted on December 14, 2012


Today (14th December), Animal Aid posted an item on their web-site titled ‘The misery of “free-range” turkeys’.

‘… Very soon, millions of people across the UK will be eating turkey on Christmas day. Many will pay extra to ensure that their turkey is from a more ‘ethical’ source. But, as a recent article published in the Daily Mail shows, ‘free-range’ turkeys often live in appalling conditions – kept in over-crowded sheds, have the ends of their beaks cut off and never see daylight. Regardless of how they are raised, they will also have a painful, bloody end at a slaughterhouse. So why not spare a life this Christmas and choose a compassionate and delicious meat-free feast instead?

Read the Daily Mail article

See our meat-free Christmas recipes

Download our Compassionate Christmas Guide

Download our turkey leaflet …’

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