Please join IDA and Farm Animal Rights Movement as we protest the slaughter of animals on October 2, the 30th anniversary of World Day for Farmed Animals.
Please take a moment to call your U.S. Representatives and Senators today to ask them to remove the King Amendment from the 2013 Farm Bill.
Please join IDA in objecting to new EPA regulations which allow increased glyphosate contamination of food crops, edible oils, and waterways.
The King Amendment to the 2013 Farm Bill is designed to undermine animal welfare laws enacted by individual states.
If this bill is passed into law, it will institutionalize the cruel confinement of egg-laying hens in battery cages throughout the United States.
A recent research article published by the American Association for Cancer Research presented evidence that vegetarian and vegan diets provide protection against cancer.
Thanks to dedicated animal advocates like you, California bill SB 675 has been dropped! We suspect that this bill would have been amended to allow for “humanely produced” foie gras. This would have negatively compromised California’s ban on the production and sale of this egregiously cruel “delicacy.”
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam vetoes the proposed “ag gag” bill. Ag Gag bills seek to criminalize individuals who document animal abuse in slaughterhouses and on factory farms. Without the evidence that undercover video provides, the worst abuses committed by the factory farming industry would go unseen and unpunished.
Please join IDA and the ACLU to ask Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam to veto Ag Gag legislation (SB 1248/ HB 1191) this week.
In honor of Earth Day, IDA supporters across the U.S. and internationally helped spread the word about animal agriculture’s harmful effects on the environment.